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Love at Second Sight

Directed by: Michal Bat-Adam
90 Minutes, 1998

After photographing a dramatic situation on the streets of Tel Aviv where a man is threatening to jump off a roof, Nina, a twenty-year-old news photographer, becomes infatuated with the image of a young man she accidently captures on film in the crowd. Without knowing why, she begins to search for him. As the search becomes an obsession, her friends and colleagues try in vain to dissuade her, but Nina has fallen in love with the face in her photograph and cannot live without finding him. The film also parallels a tender past relationship with her photographer grandfather who was her confidant and mentor.


Director: Michal Bat-Adam

Producer: Michal Bat-Adam

Screenwriter: Michal Bat-Adam

Cinematographer: Yoav Kosh

Editor: Boaz Leon

Art Director: David Varod

1st Assistant Director: Yochanan Kredo

Sound Mixer: Itai Elohev