Ahead of the World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, the Israeli narrative feature film The Future revealed the first look trailer.
In the film directed by Noam Kaplan, a world-renowned profiler is on a mission to study the motives of a young Palestinian woman who assassinated the Israeli Minister of Space and Tourism. From their intense encounter emerges a deep examination of female identity and motherhood.
The film starring Dar Zuzovsky, Samar Qupty, and Reymonde Amsellem has been acquired by Manemsha Films for release in the US.
At 42, Dr. Bloch (Reymonde Amsellem), a profiler, wants a child. A future. Her only way is to find a surrogate mother. At the same time, her groundbreaking algorithm designed to identify individuals planning to carry out terror attacks fails and a young Palestinian woman (Samar Qupty) assassinates the Israeli minister of Space and Tourism. In order to ‘fix the bugs’ in her algorithm, Nurit faces the assassin in person. The sessions between these two brilliant women raise questions about their past, while the sessions between Bloch and the potential surrogate (Dar Zuzovsky) challenge Bloch’s decision about her future.
Watch the first look trailer for The Future.