Won the Jerusalem Film Festival - Best Actress
Nominated for the Israeli Film Academy
Best Actress - Hila Feldman
Best Cinematography - Yoram Millo
Best Director- Moshe Ivgy
Best Editing - Zohar M. Sela
Best Supporting Actress - Efrat Ben-Zur
The first film directed by famed Israeli actor, Moshe Ivgy, the Israeli movie And on the Third Day (Be yom hashlishi) is a highly artistic film and has been viewed by many as one of the best Hebrew films to be released in 2010.
Moshe Ivgy’s movie takes place in a futuristic Tel Aviv where he has purposefully over-exaggerated the negative stereotypes of the city in order to give a critique of Israeli society. Over the course of three days, the lives of 7 different characters are woven together in this setting. In this environment, the characters try desperately to regain control of their lives despite the chaotic atmosphere, searching for normalcy and meaning in their lives.
Through the interactions of the characters and the various encounters that take place between them, Ivgy has fashioned a story, which seeks to be critical of the society in Israel in hopes perhaps of bringing about changes in the society.
Noted for its artistry and riveting performances, And on the Third Day (Be yom hashlishi) is one of the top 2010 movies in Israel and should be added to any personal collection of Israeli Movies.
Director: Moshe Ivgy
Writer: Moshe Ivgy (script writer)
Hila Feldman - Lorraine
Sharon Alexander - Gideon
Efrat Ben-Zur - Ilana
Icho Avital - Shlomi
Gal Salomon - Nicole
Moshe Ivgy - Elisha
Alit Kreis - Sarah
Limor Goldstein - Pnina
Ami Weinberg - Goren