Blind Spots | 2007 | 7:50 min.
Blind Spots is set on a neglected Muslim graveyard, a "blind spot" in the urban landscape of Tel Aviv. A child plays his games between the tombstones and ruins. He creates his inner imaginary world, where he encounters ghosts and fights dragons. But the dreamlike atmosphere is interrupted and disturbed by nightmarish scenes. The film conveys these ruins not only as thresholds between present and past but also as gateway to a new kind of future. It draws our attention to the paradoxes embedded in the ruins in relation to seeing and blindness, memory and forgetting