Director’s Cut

(Israel, 2010)

Producer: Doron Eran

Director: Doron Eran


A crowded wedding hall. The groom is waiting; the parents and their guests are waiting; but it doesn’t help. The bride, Naomi, is not arriving.
Meanwhile, the lonely bride sits in a small café. It’s half an hour to the alter, but she is unable to get out and go take part in the marital ceremony with her

“supposedly designated” choice of heart.
While the groom takes off in a car, touring the city for an answer, the bride explains herself to the waiter and waitress.
Following several nocturnal encounters with different odd couples, he finally enters the café and meets the bride. This is the first time they lay eyes on each

other! It becomes apparent that they came from two different weddings!
Like in a fairy tale, they drive to the airport and board the next flight heading for Paris.
What happens there? That’s a different story.This is not just the amazing story of Menahem Golan, the legend of Israeli cinema who conquered the industry, not just the tale of the hundreds of films he produced, nor of his role in Israeli entertainment history – this is a story of unconditional love and obsession of the creation of motion pictures.