In the last few days of her pregnancy, a terrified mother-to-be befriends a maternal stranger for an afternoon of hijinks.
Noa Gusakov grew up in Israel. She is a graduate of the Sam Spiegel Film & Television School, Jerusalem. Her writing and directing credits include five completed short films: Walking Up, Lookout, Sabbatical, Large Soldier and How to Swim, which screened at film festivals around the world and collectively won more than 17 international awards. Currently based in Tel Aviv, Noa works as screenwriter & editor for TV productions and is developing her debut feature film.