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In 2008 the city of Tel-Aviv sent four refrigerated trucks to Mount Hermon, to bring back with them 60 cubic meters of snow. Early in the morning, the trucks returned to Rabin Square and prepared a white, frosty surprise for the residents. In front of the square, now covered with snow, lives the Dahan family, which is facing eviction on that very same day. The film follows the four truck drivers making their journey from the north, and Hanna, the mother of the family, as she sees her life melting down before her.

Written and directed by Yehezkel Lazarov

Producers: Gal Greenspan, Roi Kurland

Photographer: David Stragmeister

Editor: Shira Hochman


Orly Silbersatz

Alon Oleartchik

Itzik Golan

Gera Sandler

Yoav Hite

Eran Ivanir

Micha Celektar

Dan Turgeman

Doron Ben David

Atalya Navon

Producer / Supervising Producer: Maya Fischer

Executive Producer: Boaz Veksler

Production Manager: Yehonatan Shubely

Hair and makeup: Dorit Cohen

Costume designer: Alin Lazarov

A. photographer: Omri Barzilay

Lighting: Ftian Ibrahim

Lighting a.: Ram Brandwain

Production sound mixer: Danny

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