2048. Two refugees, a Jewish woman and a Muslim man, walk along a refugee road between Jaffa-Tel Aviv and Beirut, discussing love, memory, trust, and forgetfulness. The movement in the film occurs in several spheres simultaneously: the geographical sphere between Jaffa-Tel Aviv and Beirut; the temporal sphere between past, present, and future; the mental sphere between the young woman and the young man; the sphere of language between Hebrew and Arabic; the cultural sphere between the beginning of New Wave French cinema and contemporary local cinematic practice, since the work clearly alludes to such films as Hiroshima Mon Amour (script: Marguerite Duras, director: Alain Resnais, 1959) and Last Year at Marienbad (script: Alain Robbe-Grillet, director: Alain Resnais, 1961). Thus, the relationships between time and space, between truth and fiction, are constantly challenged throughout the film.
With: Doraid Liddawi, Maya Maron
Script: Gal Dvir, Thalia Hoffman
Photography: Ran Muncaz
Sound Design: Irad Lee
Supported by: Other Israel