Skin Deep

  • May 18, 2022 / 19:00
  • May 31, 2022 / 19:00

Directors: Etgar Keret, Ran Tal 
Cast: Shai Avivi, Dana Modan, Gal Zaid
Israel, 1996, 40', DCP, color, Hebrew, English with Turkish subtitles

Skin Deep is a tragic comedy of a destined loser who will do anything to prove that the destiny is wrong. A story of a hopeless romantic who wants to surprise his loved one with a tattoo on his left arm carrying her name, and ends up by surprising her with another lover. Now he has two options: abandon his belief in an eternal love or find another girl with the same name.

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