Saving Neta

Drama | 2016 | Israel | 91 mins | Hebrew

Directed by Nir Bergman

Cast: Benny Avni, Neta Riskin, Rotem Abuhab, Irit Kaplan, Naama Arlaky

Producers: Tami Leon, Chilik Michaeli, Avraham Pirchi

91 mins Minutes

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Synopsis

Dalia, a single mother whose job is to listen to others, feels her life is spiralling out of control as she can’t even listen to her own daughter.



Ruti wants to become a parent with her girlfriend, but is unable to tell her mother who she really is. Miri’s marriage is in trouble but neither she nor her husband can find the words to tell their children the truth. After escaping from the burden of family ties, Sharona is home from America for her mother’s funeral and is suddenly forced to assume the responsibilities she was fleeing in the first place.



Four women whose lives are in turmoil encounter a mysterious stranger, Neta, whose honesty and vulnerability will help them reconnect with their dearest ones, their families.



One of Israel’s most acclaimed directors, Nir Bergman has created a powerful and moving drama that questions our capacity to reveal our true feelings and identity to the people we love.