The Violent Mystery of a Missing Dog Unravels in This Israeli Short Film

Findher Short Film

Gal Ziv

Why Watch? This short film from director Gal Ziv opens with a man and woman getting a phone call regarding their lost dog and then jumps down a rabbit hole to reveal violence, desperation and revenge.

First of all, some of the shots are oversaturated — an amateur sheen — but the story is intense, the acting tight and aggressive and the photography itself (angles and composition) is often evocative. Findher is punchy, but it’s also entertaining in the twists and turns that take place on rocky streets.

What Will It Cost? About 17 minutes.

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