ALL EYES OFF ME – Review by Jennifer Green

The Israeli feature All Eyes Off Me feels like a very personal film. It might even blur some lines between fiction and reality. Writer-director Hadas Ben Aroya and cinematographer Meidan Arama take us up extremely close on a handful of Tel Aviv twenty-somethings as they talk about their lives, make love and party. The film is also ostensibly about intimacy. However, it feels like a superficial intimacy based mostly on physical connection. We learn little about the characters’ lives, feelings and motivations. The endeavor leaves you a little empty as a result.

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