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Tied Hands

Directed by: Dan Wolman
90 Minutes, 2006

The film tells the story of a sensitive and complex relationship between a mother and her ailing son. Like in Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale “The Loveliest Rose in the World” where a prince must search for a rose to save his mother, who is dying in bed, “Tied Hands” sees a reversal of roles as a desperate mother goes out to find marijuana, to ease her son’s pain. In her, turbulent journey in the streets of Tel-Aviv, old truths from her past come back to life and threaten to break down a wall of denials behind which, she’s been hiding all her life.


Director: Dan Wolman

Producer: Dan Wolman

Music: Itzik Levi

Cinematographer: Itamar Hadar

Editor: Shoshana Wolman

Writer: Dan Wolman

Writer: Oshra Schwartz

Writer: Ya'akov Rosen