I ordered a personalized necklace and for some unclear internet reason the order went in twice. I only noticed it once I saw the bank statement which was after the two necklaces were already shipped. I immediate contacted the online "Avi" who is the chat representative and he took care of everything including tracking the packages, calming me and making sure I get the full reimbursement. In addition, the necklace arrived on time and looked great. It was really comforting to see that you can send such a gift online without seeing it first with your own eyes and still get the full attention of the representatives and get a great product. It is a especially true since things went wrong to start with but nevertheless had a happy ending.
Funeral at Noon (Levaya Bazaharaim) 2014 Israeli Movie
A newly married woman can’t seem to find her place in her village. She babysits a neighbor’s child and through her relationship with him she manages to face herself and comes closer to her passions.
Israeli film Funeral at Noon (2014) is a tragic drama that envelops the story of the newly married Hagar who feels alienated in her new village where she lives with her husband. She connects only with the neighbor’s 10 year old child Yiftach, whom she babysits, and with the comfort of her strolls in ruins of an abandoned village and relationship with him, she is able to feel unrestricted and reach her passions. Unfortunately, Yiftach being involved and caught up in the magic of Hagar's foibles, comes closer and closer to a great tragedy lurking in the past of the place. An Israeli film full of the best of drama, high peaks of passion and desperate tragedy, and the unique relationship between a despondent lonely woman and a friendly child. Certainly worth the watch, and not something likely to be forgotten soon.
- Language: Hebrew with English Subtitles
- Original Release date: 2015
- Genre: Drama
- Media: DVD PAL (Euro System)
- Runtime: 82 min