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I Think This is the Closest to How the Footage Looked (Yuval Hamieri | 10 min.)
A man recreates with poor means a lost memory. A memory of the last day with his Mom. Objects come to life, in a desperate struggle, to produce one moment that was gone.
Born in 1987, in Haifa, Israel. Lives in Afula. Cinema Director, theater artist and Actor, Member of "TARBUT" movement, a social movement of artists-educators which operates within the community in weakened towns and cities throughout Israel. Graduated from "WIZO" School of Art In Haifa. Studied in Tel-Aviv University Film & TV department. "I think this is the closest to how the footage looked" is his first film.