Under the Domim Tree
Under the Domim Tree is a 1994 Israeli film based on the 1992 book of the same name by Gila Almagor. The film was directed by Eli Cohen, and screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.
The film follows the lives and struggles of several teenagers, focusing on Aviya, an Israeli sabra whose father was killed in 1939 in Israel and whose mother suffers from mental illness. The youths, most Holocaust survivors and all orphans, live in a communal farming village.
|award||Ophir Award for best feature film|
|keywords||boarding house claim draw drown farm help holocaust survivor kill mental illness no memory open sabra search spring to remember young boy|
|theme||sequel teen teen drama|