Wedding Doll

Synopsis: Hagit, a young woman with mild mental deficiency, works in a toilet-paper factory. She lives with her mother Sarah, a divorcée who gave up her life for her daughter. Hagit strives for independence and Sarah is torn between her desire to protect her, and her own will to live. When a relationship develops between her and the son of the factory owner, Hagit hides it from her mother. The announcement of the closing of the factory shakes Hagit and Sarah's life and jeopardizes Hagit's love story.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Nitzan Giladi
  5 wins & 11 nominations.
82 min




Stop it, Mom.


I don't... I don't need a ride.

What did I ask y0u?

Get in the car.

Good morning.

Lay off, Dad,

I'm onIy 5 minutes Iate.

Good morning.

Good morning.

-Good morning, David.

If you don't have the check,

I'm in troubIe.

Did you bring the check?

Good morning, Penina.

Did you send an invoice?

Of course, long time ago.

Then the check's on the way.

Hagit, get David some coffee.

Let's see if it's ready.

-Don't release merchandise, Aryeh.

This is the Iast time, David.

Thanks, honey.


Great coffee. Thanks.


Hagit, that's no way to answer.

What do you want?

I called to ask how you're doing.

I'm fine.

Bye. -Omri, come here.


I'm missing some packages.

What now?

Check where they are,

the order isn't ready.

Dad. how shouId I know?


How shouId you know?

You think you can run

a business Iike this?

Fine. re-check the order

from Haim's supermarket,

maybe we counted wrong.


I counted.

It aII beIongs to Haim's order,

I have no idea where they are.

Are you sure?


Aryeh, couId it be these?

Where did you get those?

You toId me I couId take them

to hang on the waII, remember?

You said it was 0kay.

I didn't mean to.

It's okay, it's fine.

Okay, I was wrong.

Did you make another doII?

How many do you have?

Want one?

This is for you.

This one is reaIIy beautifuI.


I couId never make one Iike this.

Maybe I can teach you.

-I m aII thumbs.

No, you're not.

I want to be Iike that some day.

Sure. sure.

You said.

Omri, I m Ieaving.


wait up.


I want bigger distribution.

I'm getting eIectricaI machines,

I'm gonna fix the whoIe pIace up.

But your dad wants to shut down.

No way,

I'm bringing in more workers.

Why not get a few more

Iike that goofy chick?

David, watch your mouth, okay?

You worry ab0ut the orders,

I'II worry about the goods.


This is your room number.

Sign here, pIease.

I'm crazy about your skin.

Stop it.

We have aII night,

get out of here.

Where to?

-To visit your brother. -Yes!

You wait in the car. sweetie.

I'II make sure the baby

isn't sIeeping, okay?

The baby's sIeeping.

I caIIed, you didn't answer.

-It took an h0ur to put her to sIeep.

Is TaIi here?

-She's at work.

You aIready bought one?

Dad bought it.

Dad was here?

-He came to visit.


it was a surprise.

Maybe we can exchange it.

It's okay, Mom.

Save your m0ney.

It's aII right.

It's aII right.

WeII, that's the baby.

Did you want something?

I thought Hagit couId stay with you,


This isn't a good time.

Want to come down

and say heIIo?

She wanted to see the baby.

I'II stay here.

At Ieast caII once in a whiIe.

She's your sister.

Come visit y0ur granddaughter

some time.

You hardIy see her.

-You re right.

Be patient. Soon...

things wiII be better.

It takes time,

it II be easier.

Khen. it couId've

happened to anyone.

She nearIy dropped her, Mom.

I'm not putting her

in an institution, you hear me?

I won't put my daughter

in a pIace Iike that.

AII right.

Bye. -Bye.

Hey, Haim.

Sorry, but I can t make it

this evening,

I couIdn t find a soIution for Hagit.

How about tomorrow?

Okay. -Bye.

Hey, there s one.

That one is reaIIy beautifuI.

I'II make

a reaIIy pretty white dress.

We'II be so beautifuI, right?

Don't teII anyone,

it s our secret.


-Bye, Mommy's girI. Kiss.

Good morning, Aryeh.

-Good morning, Hagit.

Good morning, Sara.

Do you have a second?

We won't shut down overnight,

we're trying to save the factory.

Bight, Penina?

We'II cIose in about a m0nth.

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