Assaf Gruber
2011, 6:00 min
Day 2, Screening 3
16 Dec 2018, 18:45

A father and his son find themselves alone, naked and lost in the Golf Course of Caesarea. They seek a way to ease the tension that seems to accompany their relation with the landscape. The dichotomy between the awkward aesthetics of the contrived nature of the Golf Course and the latitude of the naked bodies creates a phantasmagoric tale about the relationship between religious myths, modern culture and human desire to mark territories.