This video is the result of the experiences and pains that I had or witnessed in Iran, but I know that my experience is not and will not be comparable to the sufferings and the pain that the Islamic Republic of Iran inflicts on the women and people of Iran.
In a small Belarusian village where time seems to stand still, Jasja, a 9-year-old girl, has to deal with
her mother‘s death.
Erez, an Israeli commissioned officer, and two other soldiers have been ordered to transfer a prisoner to Megiddo prison. Along the way, a conflict arises that forces the young officer to surpass himself in order to solve the situation.
"Meer bei Nacht" (Sea at Night) tells the story about a man, whose disease took away his self-determination, reputation and social support. His tendency to get lost in memories of his past, leads him to a momentous decision.
In search of her father's murderer, Nina meets the aged ex-cop Rainer. Soon, the young loner and the failed family man fill a gap in each other's lives. But Rainer withholds details about his shared past with Nina's father and Nina must discover if he can be trusted. As Nina digs deeper into Rainer's secrets, she finds him to be a broken and disillusioned man, who resigned from the force due to the corruption within his own ranks. Nina ultimately decides to clean up their past alone and in doing so ventures into mortal danger.