ONE WEEK AND A DAY REVIEWED
“One Week and A Day” is about Eyal and Vicky mourning their son. Eyal has taken some medicinal pot from his son’s hospital room and has decided to sit shiva like a boss. When the pot runs out, Eyal meets a new neighbor that could fill the void left by his son. Vicky doesn’t want anything to do with this, but the neighbor wants to help. Also, there’s more pot.
I’m getting into Israeli cinema way more in 2017. Sure, “Lemon Popsicle” and “The Last American Virgin” will always be the standards. I just wanted to take a chance and explore what the country is producing today. While this film is pretty typical for older relationship dramas, it reaches across the aisle. I appreciate that and I hope you find it at an arthouse or VOD service near you.
- Not Rated
- 1 hr and 38 mins
- Oscilloscope Labs
RELEASE DATE: 4/28/17 (NY and LA), ? (Nationally)
DID YOU GET YOUR FREE WEED? (residents of WA, CA and the great state of Massachusetts)
In celebration of Asaph Polonsky’s acclaimed stoner shiva tragicomedy “One Week and a Day” opening this Friday, distributor Oscilloscope Laboratories will be giving away Free Marijuana to select winners who can enter via their Twitter, Instagram and Facebook pages (and reside in states where herb can be purchased legally).