Seven Minutes in Heaven
Galia, a young woman from Jerusalem, and her boyfriend Oren board a local bus. The bus explodes, leaving Oren in a coma and Galia with severe burns and memory loss; she lacks memory of the day of the terrorist attack and the days leading up to it. The film begins one year after the attack, upon Oren's death. As Galia undergoes physical and mental therapy, she attempts to stitch together the shattered fragments of her life and soul. A necklace sent to her from an unidentified source sets her off on a journey to find the missing pieces of the puzzle from that fateful day.
"Filmmaker Omri Givon’s superbly acted, ultimately moving, film festival award-winner is recommended." - Video Librarian
Bonus short: Grandmothers, directed by Michael Wahrmann
Sound: Stereo 2.0
- "Unforgettable! [An] impressive feature debut."
Awards & Recognition
Tribeca Film Festival
Best Feature Film
Warsaw Int'l Film Festival
Award of the Israeli Film Academy
Crystal Heart Award
Heartland Film Festival
Hamptons Int'l Film Festival