Eitan works night shifts marking traffic lines on the streets of Jerusalem. At daytime, he goes on a hotline hoping to connect. When a mysterious woman takes over the conversation and fires his imagination, the city streets become filled with new possibilities.
After graduating from JSFS, Benjamin Freidenberg (b.1981) earned a Master's in Linguistics from the Hebrew University. His short Ethiopia Street is part of the School's tribute project Footsteps in Jerusalem (MoMA, 2013, 2020). Freidenberg founded the Jerusalem Filmmakers Guild in 2017, and currently teaches at JSFS.