The daily routine of father and son is interrupted by an encounter of an unfamiliar boy, different from them in colour. An allegory to racism as an acquired cultural epidemic, the story discusses the question of personal conscience versus education and environment. Can we really insist on our personal belief system, when what we must believe in, is dictated to us?
- 2013, 8MIN, Anim.
- DIRECTOR: Shimi Asresay, Hili Noy
- EDITOR: Shimi Asresay, Hili Noy
- SCRIPT: Shimi Asresay, Hili Noy
Shimi Asresay, Hili Noy
Shimi Asresay has recently graduated in animation from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. During his studies, he has instructed drawing lessons for youth at risk at the Neve Yaakov Community Center in Jerusalem. Hili Noy recently graduated in animation from Bezalel Academy, and during her studies she has participated in the student exchange program, in FH-MAINZ University, in Germany. Strange Fruit is their graduation short film.