Dead End

Synopsis: It is the height of summer and the reality show "his heart's choice" is just about to launch its third season. Zacky Reibenbach, the show's creator, knows that without a really good gimmick, there is no way he will repeat the success of the previous two seasons. Until he recalls his film student Yehuda Konitz. Yehuda has been documenting the rehabilitation of his friend Eitan for the past three years after the latter went blind under strange circumstances during his military service. His unique rehabilitation process was developed by Yael, Eitan's personal trainer and Yehuda's girlfriend. Yael is Eitan's eyes, and with her he is a true phenomenon, and this is exactly what Reibenbach is looking for. Yehuda doesn't have much faith in TV. He wants to make "a different film," a film from the point of view of someone who cannot see. But for this he needs $50,000, and what are the chances that someone will buy "a different film" from him? So when Reibenbach the ratings magician offers him to
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Dror Sabo
  2 wins.
90 min

Scotland 1782


Scotland present

Oh, stop it.

- No, I swear.

Am I yellow?

I'm upset, because Jeffrey was

supposed to be here and he's not.

Your brother is not your responsibility.

I want you to go on vacation.

But something might happen to you,

I don't want to think about it.

What's going to happen?

You've always been there for me,

even when you were a little girl.

I want you to go on vacation.

Listen, the doctor said I'm doing well.

I want you to go on vacation.

You're going.

I love you, Mom.

- I'm proud of you.

You should braid your hair

in corn rows.

Do I have to?

- Yes, you do.

Okay, I'll do it for you.

You know what you should do?

Cover your ears, like this.

Then breathe heavily.

And imagine you're on the North Pole.

Come on, do it.

I'm the happiest man on this planet.

I'm going to be a father.

Hi, darling.

- My sweet.

It's over the top, but it's a parody.

It pays tribute to the American style

of people like Todd McFarlane.

It's full of references to DC

and Marvel.

You shouldn't take a hero

like Shadow-man too seriously.

I'm afraid you overestimate

your audience.

My readers are avid comics readers.

- And that's the problem.

Personally, I love your work,

but it's for a limited audience.

I'm afraid I'm going to disappoint you

and pass on this.

Let me have a look.

Can you make Miepie better, doctor?

What's your name?

- Kim.

Sometimes you can't make people

or animals better...

no matter how much you wish you could.

Miepie passed away.

I'm afraid there's little I can do.

Britta speaking.

- Hello, darling.

Hello, dear. How's it going over there?

- Are you watching the news?

No, it drives me mad.

Why, is something wrong?

I'll be coming home in a few days.

- Really?

I miss you so much.

I miss you, too.

I'd sit in front of the tube at 7:30...

- But it started at eight.

I know, but I didn't want to miss the

beginning. I mean, it's the Fun Factory.

What was it again?

Princess Night, The Littles...

at nine you had Inspector Gadget

and at nine-thirty it was:


I used to watch with my little brother...

- That's me. Yes, that's right.

I don't remember too much.

The only thing I remember...

is vehicles coming out of banana peels.

- Pea pods.

Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors.

- What?

I'd think Jem and the Holograms would

be your thing. It was for girls.


That was awesome.

- And it was innovative as well.

Innovative? We're talking cartoons here.

You guys are such nerds.

Ben, help me out here.

- These were not just cartoons.

No, they shaped your fantasy, they

determined who you played with...

and what you played outside.

- Now that you mention it.

I decapitated your Luke Skywalker,

Jedi Knight doll.

Wait, you broke my Luke Skywalker

doll? I thought Ben did it.

I sat on it.

The thing broke. I stuffed it behind

your bed and ran home.

You torched things.

- And you didn't?

I was six. At least I played with my toys.

My toys are worth money now.

- Really?

Yes, I have everything,

except Luke Skywalker.

Guys, there's something

I'd like to say.

I think it's really special that we're all

sitting around the campfire.

Now don't start bawling. No bawling.

That's such a waste.

Seriously. It's great we got it together

after six months of phone calls.

And here we are.

- In Scotland. Let's drink to that.

Shall we drive on?

- We just got here.

Then there was G.I. Joe.

- That was cool.

And I remember DJ Kat

with Linda de Mol.

Let's wait for Chris,

I have something to tell you.

So tell us.

- Yeah, just tell us.

It's a secret, we should all be here.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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