Berea

Alone in his high-rise apartment, Aaron Zukerman's Berea is long gone, but the old man has one last link to the here and now - a weekly visit from a beautiful stranger. Long after his friends and family have moved on, Jewish pensioner Aaron Zukerman remains in his inner-city apartment, his world getting ever smaller and smaller, as the city closes in on his memories and happiness. His focus is on a weekly assignation with a kindly prostitute, for which he prepares days in advance. But when her unexpected replacement arrives one Friday, an initially angry response sparks a chain of events that ultimately changes the way the old man sees his world. A gentle, poetic ode to the power of reinventio

Year:
2013
Length:
15 minutes
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Director:
Vincent Moloi
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Shown at

  1. 24th Washington Jewish Film Festival - 2014

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