Eyal (Shai Avivi) finishes Shiva (the traditional Jewish week of mourning) for his late son, and wife Vicky (Evgenia Dodina) urges him to return to their normal routine. However, Eyal is not ready, and he becomes obsessed with a bag of medical marijuana he found in his son’s hospital room. While he’s never smoked the stuff himself, he is bound and determined to give it a try. And he figures that Zooler (Tomer Kapon), the grown son of his next-door neighbors, can show him how. A gentle comedy about grief, Asaph Polonsky’s first feature provides a funny and insightful perspective on the immutable fact that the world stops for no one’s mourning. In Hebrew with English subtitles. Writer/Director: Asaph Polonsky. (Israel 2016) 98 min.