(March 3, 2016) Original
April 8, 2016
From IMDb: “Hagit, a young woman with mild mental deficiency, works in a toilet-paper factory. She lives with her mother Sarah, a divorcée who gave up her life for her daughter. Hagit strives for independence and Sarah is torn between her desire to protect her, and her own will to live. When a relationship develops between her and the son of the factory owner, Hagit hides it from her mother. The announcement of the closing of the factory shakes Hagit and Sarah’s life and jeopardizes Hagit’s love story.”
Poster Rating: B
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Review: If you’ve seen the trailer, you get why her dress is made of toilet paper. Otherwise, it’s just bizarre. The decision is an interesting one even if it won’t make sense to everyone.
Trailer Rating: C
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Review: It’s a curious trailer, but one that seems to have a few well-meaning merits under the surface. The trailer is constructed poorly and doesn’t quite convey the importance of the topic, but just enough soul emerges to make it look potentially compelling.