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Did You Really Say No
Directed by
Oren Lavie

Israel / 2017 / 4:18

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A man and a woman are lost in a house too big for the size of their love, and haunted by the ghosts of their relationship.
Oren Lavie has green eyes, long curly hair and relatively cold feet. He was born in June, one week behind schedule and has been trying to catch up ever since. He likes to sleep late but does his best writing early in the morning, which is why his best writing so rarely gets done. Oren is a musician, director and author of children’s books. Oren’s debut album THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE SEA has been released worldwide to critical acclaim, with the music video for “Her Morning Elegance” nominated for a Grammy and becoming a YouTube hit with over 30 million views to date. Oren has won the prestigious ASCAP award for his lyrics on the album. Oren’s song “A Dance ‘round The Memory Tree” was featured on Disney’s film, “The Narnia Chronicles – Prince Caspian,” . Other songs from the album have been featured on movie and TV soundtracks. Oren was invited to perform on the Jimmy Kimmel show, where he played and sang accompanied by a puppet.
Cast/Featuring: Oren Lavie, Vanessa Paradis
Producer(s): John Gitlis , Gulden Guldas , Justine Sautrey
Director(s): Oren Lavie
Screenwriter(s): Oren Lavie
Editor(s): DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: David Stragmeister; CHOREOGRAPHY: Rachel Erdos; EDITOR: Dafi Farbman
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