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Moosh by Erez Tadmor


  • Synopsis

“Moosh” is a policeman 32 years old. He has problems in his marriage. His wife leaves home and stays by her sister. One night on his Shift “Moosh” finds a baby that sameone abandoned in an alley near the Trash-can. From that moment, Moosh is stuck with the baby all night. He has to watch him, feed him, and change his daipers. The baby cries and he puts a record and dance with the baby until they fall asleep on the floor. Finding the baby and taking care of him brings “Moosh” and his wife back together in a wonderful way.

"Moosh" was selected as Best Student Film at the Crossroads Film Festival - Jackson USA. "Moosh" has won Best Dramatic Short in Saguaro International Film Festival, Arizona, USA.

  • Director

Erez Tadmor graduated in 1999 from “Camera Obscura” a film school in Tel Aviv, after four years of studies.
He was born in Herzlia. After he finished the army, he started to learn in “Camera-Obscura”.

Double Hephiness(1997)(short film)
The Little Prince(2000)(documentary)
Moosh (2000)

  • Festival Circuit

The film won the Grand Jury Prize in The First Annual Sometime October Film Festival.
It also won Best Short Film in the Ajijic Festival Internacional de Cine, Mexico; and Best Picture, and Best Director at the Eclipse Film Festival, in St. George, Utah USA.

  • Review

Creative use of lighting - very good use of the film's latitude.
Photography enhances the story. Beautiful work!
Very pleasing photography; actors nice to look at; good angles and movement; piano too much at times. Close the fridge! Where'd they go at the end? Enjoyable movie.
Very touching story. A convincing performance by both leads. Loved the American jazz score.
Elli morris, Judging Coordinator, Crossroads Film Festival

A touching short from Israel,Moosh is a sweet vignette whose sincerity and compactness elevate it above the cliché of its setup.Moosh is a 32-year-old policeman who's on duty but feeling low because his wife, Leah, just left him. After making a call on a pay phone to try and get through to her,Moosh finds a baby abandoned in a dumpster and gets stuck having to take care of the child for the night.

Erez Tadmor, who wrote, directed, and produced Moosh, avoids the cheesiness that would be so easy to fall into with the old man-gets-stuck-with-baby-and-changes-for-the-better story by eschewing cuteness for real-life sentimentality. The result is more touching than any full-length treatment of a similar scenario.

by Allan Barra
from Metroactive Movies


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