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Wherever You Go

Women, Marriage and Parenting, Middle East, Jewish Film, Drama, Israel, Social Justice
Rony Sasson Angel
40 minutes


Official Selection
Haifa Int'l Film Festival
Toronto Jewish Film Festival
Karlovy Vary Int'l Film Festival
Int'l Women Film Festival, Israel
Other Israel Film Festival, New York
Santa Barbara Int'lFilm Festival
Boston Jewish Film Festival
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival



Years after cutting herself off from her Orthodox family, Zohara (30) decides to show up at her younger sister's wedding. On her way from her to the wedding she meets Neriman (20), a young Bedouin woman, who's escaping an arranged wedding forced upon her with her cousin. Zohara finds herself becoming an unintentional accomplice in Neriman's escape. Zohara and Neriman's crossing paths creates a powerful encounter between two worlds, reflecting each woman's struggle with self definition and the expression of self in a "predetermined world."



Rony Sasson Angel

Rony Sasson Angel is a graduate of the Cinema and Television Department of Tel Aviv University. She has been awarded scholarships by the America Israel Cultural Foundation and the German DAAD organization. Her graduation film "Swanettes" won in the Panorama Competition at the 2006 Berlin Festival.

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