About the Program
Director Tomer Heymann’s autobiographical documentary is a poignant meditation on belonging, loss, sexuality, and the mental maps of displacement.
Interweaving archival and original footage, the film intimately follows the lives of the five Heymann brothers and their mother. Amidst greater social and political events, the film examines the difficult decisions one family has to make and the intractable bonds that unite them. (Israel/USA, 2011, 82 min. No MPAA rating. In English and Hebrew with English subtitles.)
A Q&A with director Tomer Heymann follows the screening.