Author: Hanna Azoulay Hasfari
Director: Alexandru Jitea
Scenography: Ana-Maria Cîntăbine & Irinel Soare
Duration: 100 minutes (no pause)
Premiere: June 21st, 2013
Love is the subject of the play, concretised under different shapes and senses: maternal love, religious, love in the family. Or the absence of love. At the actions is developed. The love that separates people, to join them again.Or not. The action takes part on Yom Kippur, the most important Jewish holiday. Four grown up sisters rejoin in the parental home at the appeal of youngest, who informs them that their mother is gone. They find out that them them became such different characters, almost irreconcilable, because their mother was a different mother for each of them. On Yom Kippur (Day of Forgiveness) when everything stops in Israel, the four sisters are forced to reconsider the past, for a better understanding, in the future.Their lives get a new meaning at the end of Yom Kippur. Or maybe, finally, gets one. And then, as after any Yom Kippur, a new beginning is always possible.