A young married couple, Eric and Tracy Smythe, are thrilled when they adopt a baby, only to have it taken away from them when the mother turns out to be married. At a complete loss, and in debt from in vitro, they are desperate to complete their family. When Eric comes home with what seems to be the perfect solution, a young woman who is pregnant and does not want the baby, their dream of family seems to be coming true...but the dream is about to become a nightmare.
Voted in 2005 as the most popular Israeli movie of all time. The Israeli camp number is 338 according to the conversation between Hasson and the guard). The Egyptian camp number is 242 (written in Arabic numerals on a sign to the right of the entrance). These are the numbers of two UN security council's resolutions, accepted in 1973 and 1967 respectively concerning the post-war situation in the middle east. The song "Ten Lasim et harosh al dyuna" was filmed and recorded in one con ...[Read Story ]