A five minute walk and 24 hours stand between Tel Aviv Police detective Amir Samo and redemption- if he can just finish this day with Tziki, a drug dealer, pimp and worthy opponent, behind bars. This morning, just a few hours before he can close the case and become a hero, someone begins to pull the strings, and Samo turns in an instant into a bad guy.
Two whores, Tziki's girls, issue a complaint against him for sexual harassment, and Samo is sent home until further notice. His commander avoids him, the criminals laugh behind his back and the newspapers publish headlines. The only place that will have him is the neighborhood pub, where, as always, Michal, the saddest barmaid in the city, serves drinks, no questions asked. Her boyfriend, Lior Biterman, a director in the bad sense of the word, also has plans of becoming a hero, but he lacks a good story. He shoots his first film, about him and her and about how photogenic life is when it is miserable.
A bounty of characters with much to do and little to lose, go out into the Tel Aviv night aiming to return home safely with what they need: 20 kilos of coke, a black-and-white film, or love. They will meet much more quickly than they imagined. A five minute walk separates police from criminals, enemies from lovers, a happy ending from inevitable tragedy
Directed by Itai Lev
Writing credits Itai Lev
Sharon Alexander.... Amir
Adam Horowitz.... Lior Bitterman
Tal Kahana.... Michal