Dangerous Acts

Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Shemi Zarhin
Production: SISU Home Entertainment Inc.
  7 wins & 8 nominations.
96 min

It was a warm troublesome night

with only the rain to remind us

that it was actually winter.

George hadnt yet managed

to cool off.

So, before departing from him

I thought I'd wait for Mrs. Hope.

Indeed, murderers always return

to the scene of the crime.

And the time had certainly come

for us to finally meet.

So I poured myself a drink,

and sat down to wait for her.

Within two minutes,

she arrived.

Ive heard a lot about you.

- Really?

Dont believe anything.

We had a common friend,

Mr. Boni.

I didn't know I had friends.

We had a common friend,

Mr. Boni.

Why did you kill him?

The same

reason Im about to kill you.

And what is the reason?

- Self defense.

Take the gun from the drawer

and place it on the table.

Youre difficult, arent you?

Also the gun in your jacket.

- Whats with it?

I want to get to know it.

Take it out.

How about some mercy?

- What about that?

Is there any point in asking?

Go ahead, try.

Im sorry, for everything.

- It's too late.

I see youre hot, Mrs. Hope,

Maybe I should turn up the fan.

In any event, you will kill me,

so at least there should be air.

Turn it up.

Thank you.

Thank you, everybody,

really thanks a lot. Bye.

Darling, you played so nicely.

- Thanks. - Youre a sweetheart.

Thank you very much.

- Bye. Lydia.

What excitement,

what excitement.

Hello... - Hello.

Watch out for me, heh?


Tell me,

you dont recognize her?

I told you, an entrance is an

entrance, dont be sloppy.

Witch. - I heard you, Osnat.

- Tzvia.

Hey, what will be, now that I

finally got used to this play.

But you played beautifully.

- Really? - Yes, really.

Thank you.

You horse.

It's a good thing this is the

last performance, huh Tzvika?

You forgot to go off

three times.

Nu, lets see you perform

with Erics silly faces.

Come on, these guys,

these youngsters

think this is the last show,

so they can goof around.

And the stage is uneven, right?

Youre also going senile.

Your mother is a lame senile.

- Thats also true.

You cracked me up today,

cracked me up.

If in the next play I don't

have a bedroom scene with Tzvia,

you can forget about me.

No problem, consider it done.

Remind me, whats his name?

You are so jealous.



Hello to you.


Hello... it's something.

Yes, I...

Everybody gather around,

over here, over here.

Thank you. Allow me, to thank

from the bottom of my heart,

my dear Tzvika.

The one and only, bravo.

- Bravo...

Know that it was my honor

and pleasure to be your producer.

And we know what you went

through before you came to us.

And we all remember

how you coped.

Know that we all drew

much strength from you.

Look, our play...

There has been nothing like this

in theater.

And this show is closing down

with sold out performances, why?

Because our Tzvika is fed up,

she doesnt want any more,

It bores her, and she wants to

continue and move on.

Yes, that is what you are, you

evil monster, manipulator

in short, a star.

And know that is why

I asked her to marry me.

You are drunk, Micha.

Do you know what she

answered me, this monster star?

"You are crazy, I could be

your mother".

So, dear mother, I have a role

for you, you should know.

Friends, in my new play,

Tzvia Israeli will not only act,

She will also sing and dance.

...To life! - To life.

Are you sure? - it's okay.

Go home, Tzvika, Im a big boy.

I'll come tomorrow.

- Youd better not.

Since I threw my husband out,

I havent seen such a mad man.

Who is there?

The downstairs neighbor,

I need help, can you open up?

One minute.

What do you want?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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