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The Art of Waiting

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In this heartwarming, sweetly funny romance-dramedy, a thirty-something Israeli couple develops baby fever, putting their relationship to the test in a frenzy to get pregnant. Liran and Tali, a couple in their thirties who dream of having a child together, are one day told they will have to undergo fertility treatments. What seems simple at first turns out to be very complex. They discover that in order to be parents to a child, they will have to undergo a long journey full of hardships, with all the physical and mental difficulties that accompany it. Family pressures and of course the challenge it poses to the couple's relationship. Will their love last?

In a child-centric country like Israel, infertility has been a taboo subject until very recently. The Art of Waiting is an engrossing journey through every challenging aspect of fertility treatment, beautifully handled by director Erez Tadmor, who successfully went through the process with his wife a few years ago. Tadmor and one of the film’s lead actors, Roy Assaf, co-wrote the script.

Sponsored By Elaine & Henry Spiro and Roz & Joel Alexander

  • Year
  • Runtime
    91 minutes
  • Language
    Hebrew with English Subtitles
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Palm Beach County
  • Note
    Awards: 4 Nominations - Awards of the Israeli Film Academy 2019; Winner & Nominated - Haifa International Film Festival 2019
  • Director
    Erez Tadmor
  • Screenwriter
    Erez Tadmor, Roy Assaf
  • Producer
    Shemi Shoendfeld
  • Co-Producer
    Aviv Ben-Shlush, Moshe Edery, Leon Edery, Liron Edery
  • Cast
    Roy Assaf, Nely Tagar
  • Cinematographer
    Daniel Miller