Here We Are


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Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:World Cinema
Family Drama
Jewish Interest
Release Year:2020
Runtime:92 min
Festivals & Awards:Israeli Ophir Awards 2020: Best Director (Nir Bergman)
Best Actor (Shai Avivi)
Best Supporting Actor (Noam Imber)
Best Screenplay (Dana Idisis)
Print Source:Menemsha Films
Director:Nir Bergman
Cinematographer:Shai Goldman
Screenwriter:Dana Idisis
Editor:Ayala Bengad
Principal Cast:Shai Avivi
Noam Imber
Smadar Wolfman
Efrat Ben Zur


How to Watch

This moving tale of parental devotion focuses on stubborn, proud, aging divorcé Aharon, who has devoted his life to raising his son Uri.

Aharon (Shai Avivi, in a career best performance) and Uri (Noam Imber) live together in a gentle routine, away from the real world. But Uri is autistic, and now as he becomes a young adult his mother feels it might be time for him to live in a specialized home. Unconvinced that Uri is ready for this move, Aharon decides to run away with his son, taking him on an unpredictable, secret road trip. As their adventure goes off the rails, Aharon must face the fact that perhaps it is he who is not ready for change. Part of the 2020 Cannes label selection. Winner, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Screenplay, Ophir Awards; Audience Award, Boston Israeli Film Festival. (Alissa Simon)

Director Biography

Nir Bergman Nir Bergman was born in 1969 and grew up in Haifa and Ein Hod, Israel. He has directed the short films “One Perfect Rose” (1997) and “Sea Horses” (1998), the documentary Sharon Amrani: Remember His Name (2010) and the features Broken Wings (2002), Intimate Grammar (2010), Yona (2014) and Saving Neta (2016).