Designed as a hospital for well-off patients, the Israel American Medical Center has been going up in Tel Aviv since 1968, but it has never been finished. The architect who designed this building is invited to re-visit his unfinished work and venture into what were to have been huge emergency wards, splendid private rooms for patients and well-equipped physicians' surgeries. The abrasive contrast between desire and reality and between expectations and frustrations is present in this work. (J-P. R.)

Filmmaker
Keren Amiran
Premiere
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Country
Israel, United Kingdom
Year
2001
Medium
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Length
18’
Language
Hebreews
Producer
Keren Amiran
Sales
Keren Amiran
Cinematography
Keren Amiran