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Israel, 2012 | Documentary, 54 min.
Hanna was adopted by an Israeli couple, in a time that was a dark age for Romania and many children were taken out of the country without any legal papers. She has been living for the past years in Israeli boarding schools. Now, nearing 18, after another fierce argument with her adopting parents, she is determined to discover the truth about her real roots and is embarking on a significant journey to find her mother in Romania.
This is a human drama about a lonely girl who longs for a hug from the woman who gave birth to her. Hanna's story is the story of many girls and boys who were adopted from abroad, who cannot find peace and calm due to the uncertainty of their past and the concealment of documentation. The black hole in the souls of these children motivates our protagonist to embark on this intriguing journey, whose results will change the course of her life.
Awards & Festivals
Taiwan International Documentary Festival, October 2012
Astra Film Festival Romania, October 2012
International Documentary Film Festival CRONOGRAF, Moldova, May 2012
One World Human Rights Iternational Film Festival, Romania, March 2012
Haifa International Film Festival, October 2011
Directors: Hadar Kleinman- Zadock, Timna Goldstein-Hattab
Original Language: : Hebrew. Romanian and English