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Here We Are brilliantly demonstrates the challenges of coping with change, even if one does not have autism. Aharon has devoted his life to raising his son Uri. As a result of Uri’s mother’s mostly good intentions, Uri is about to be placed in a specialized home with others with autism. Aharon decides to run away with his son, fiercely believing that Uri is not ready for an institution and this separation.
The parental bond is explored with sensitivity, grace and humour. This film asks the question about how we as a society care for those with different abilities.
Arnold and Anita Silber, Phil Moses, Ian and Sandy Penn, Rozanne Kipnes and Geoffrey Druker
Geo-blocked to BRITISH COLUMBIA
Festivals and Awards
- Winner - Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor (Shai Avivi), Best Supporting Actor (Noam Imber), Award of the Israeli Film Academy 2020
- Winner - Best Actor (Shai Avivi), Valladolid International Film Festival 2020
- Nominee - Best Film, Valladolid International Film Festival 2020
- Nominee - Haggiag Competition for Full-Length Israeli Feature Films, Jerusalem Film Festival 2020
|Cast||Shai Avivi, Noam Imber, Smadi Wolfman, Efrat Ben-Tzur, Uri Klauzner|
|Language||Hebrew w/ English subtitles|