Marry Me However
They all had a ceremonious, traditional wedding, a wife and a child. All was according to religion, but not necessarily in accordance with oneself. The documentary protagonists are homosexual Jews who, for the sake of their community, resigned from their desires. They are trying to sort out their own lives, visit rabbis, take part in therapies, but it is not enough. They miss closeness and love. Fortunately, they are not alone. Together, in an increasingly more daring way they find their own voice marching at gay parades. They do not want to hide or deny their double identity.
- directed by
- Q&A guestMordechai Vardi
Film director and screenwriter. He was born in 1958 in Israel. He earned his MA from the Film and Television Faculty at Tel Aviv University. For 20 years he was head of the Scriptwriting Department of the Maaleh School of Film and Television. He is the artistic director of the SHOMRON Regional Film Fund. He has produced and directed documentary films for a variety of channels and written a script for a television drama aired on Channel1. At present, he is editing his own feature film.
- Raaya Vardi Teboule, Mordechai Vardi
- Mordechai Vardi
- Avi Belleli
- Gideon Latzman
- Mordechai Vardi (Veradim Productions LTD)