Next Stop, Life

Keren’s role as a single mother may perhaps not be the most unique of its kind, but she brings a powerful story on-screen, because she is NOT afraid to share her story. During her pregnancy, she had suffered ongoing violence from the father, and after her child was born, she found herself living in a women’s shelter. At 28, Keren is raising her 2.5 year old son, living in an arranged/protected apartment, and maintaining a job while her son is in daycare. But unfortunately, as we witness in these 7 short minutes of the film, her life is still not at peace.

Directed by Manara Nivron
Filmed by Miki Krihely
Edited by Lital Goldberg
Produced by Ari Davidovich/HyperMedia Films

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