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Seven friends who attend a dinner and decide to play a game with their cell phones. Unfortunately, the game ends in disaster when their dark secret is revealed.

These lifelong friends – three couples and a newly divorced man – meet for dinner on the night of a rare lunar eclipse. In order to spice things up, they decide to play a game: every text message received is read out loud, and every incoming call answered on speaker. As the night progresses, secrets and lies – about infidelities, money problems and mental wellbeing – are being exposed, leaving the once close-knit group completely shattered. Based on the Italian international hit film of the same name, Israeli actor Lior Ashkenazi’s deliciously toxic debut feature as director asks how well we really know those closest to us, and whether honesty is indeed the best policy.

Sponsored by Billi & Bernie Marcus.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    95 minutes
  • Language
    Hebrew w/subtitles
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Palm Beach County
  • Director
    Lior Ashkenazi
  • Screenwriter
    Noa Erenberg, Galit Hoogi
  • Producer
    Moshe Edery, Leon Edery, Micky Rabinovitz, Sharon Harel-Cohen, Maya Amsellem
  • Cast
    Guy Amir, Hanan Savyon, Avi Grainik, Moran Atias, Rotem Abuhab
  • Cinematographer
    Ofer Inov, Yael Klopmann
  • Editor
    Ron Omer