Variations for Piano for Six Hands

Misha Rabinovich, a pianist, returned to Russia, for "better opportunities" after he had immigrated to Israel with his wife and young son. Five years later, he surprises his family at their apartment when he arrives back in Israel, unannounced, for a 5-day vacation, expecting them to receive him with open arms. But by now, his wife has little use for him, and Misha's son thinks that this strange man is his uncle. Undaunted, Misha turns on the charm to reunite his family in this piquant vignette. A slice of Israeli-Russian life. http://www.svjff.org/films/variations_piano_six_hands.shtml

Year:
2009
Length:
42 minutes
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Shown at

  1. Chicago Festival of Israeli Cinema - 2010
  2. Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival - 2010
  3. UK Jewish Film Festival - 2010

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