Working Woman


Isha Ovedet
reż|dir Michal Aviad | IL | 2018 | 93 min
prod|pro Ayelet Kait, Amir Harel, Leon Edery, Moshe Edery scen|wr Michal Aviad, Sharon Azulay Eyal, Michal Vinik zdj|ph Daniel Miller mon|ed Nili Feller ob|cast Liron Ben Shlush, Menashe Noy, Oshri Cohen dys|dis m-appeal


The restaurant run by Orna’s husband does not bring the expected income and the family of five is at a turning point. Orna decides to take on a well-paid job as Benny's assistant in the construction industry. Her career is flourishing, her boss is very happy with her work and Orna will be promoted. Unfortunately, the boss abuses his position and makes it increasingly clear that he expects to go far beyond a just professional relationship. Bennie, alternately charming and insistent, makes Orna fall into a trap, a mixture of fear of losing her job, shame, humiliation and guilt.

Michal Aviad (1955) She was born in Jerusalem as a child of an Italian mother and a Hungarian father. she lived in San Francisco during the 1980s and having studied literature, philosophy and film. There she began making films before returning to Israel in 1991. She made numerous documentaries which have won awards at international film festivals, such as the work about the Intifada The Women Next Door (1992), which was screened in the Forum section of the Berlinale in 1992. In her films she is mostly focusing on women, children and immigrants in Israel. Invincible (2011), her first feature film, won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the Panorama Section at Berlin FF. Aviad is a senior faculty member at Tel Aviv University's Tisch School of Cinema.

2018 Kobieta pracująca|Isha Ovedet|Working Woman
2016 Dimona Twist
2013 Ha’Chalutzot|The Women Pioneers
2011 Lo Roim Alaich|Invisible
1997 Jenny Ve Jenny|Jenny & Jenny
1995 Yarita Paam BeMishehu?|Ever Shot Anyone?
1992 Ha-Nashim Mimul|The Women Next Door

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Projekt i realizacja: Tomasz Żewłakow