"What About Me?"
A short Film by Etgar Keret and Shira Geffen
Filmography (features and TV)
- $9.99 — story, script (with Tatia Rosenthal)
- Wristcutters: A Love Story — story.
- Aball’e (TV movie) — story.
- Mashehu Totali (aka Total Love) — script.
- Ha-Hamishia Hakamerit (TV series) — writing crew member.
LA Times on "Jellyfish"
“Working with a sureness of touch, the film’s directors understand that what’s imaginary and what’s real can be made to look the same on film, and that what makes logical sense is less important than deeper emotional truth.”
HuffPo on "wristcutters"
““Wristcutters: A Love Story“, based on a novella by Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret, has a killer premise. It’s about the afterlife for suicides, and it’s one of the best afterlife movies out there, better than “What Dreams May Come” and The “Lovely Bones”, and up there with Albert Brooks’s “Defending Your Life”.”
EW on "$9.99"
“Using the droll, wise stories of Etgar Keret as her guide, Israeli filmmaker Tatia Rosenthal concocts an artful film that expresses deep thoughts, lightly.”