An Edan Jacob Levy Production
A film by Inbar Caspi
A woman wakes up in a desolate theater. Her memory is fragmented as she struggles to remember what happened. Something that separated her from Libby; her soulmate, her heart. She's trying to call her, locate her, trying to understand, to remember. She tries to retrace what had happened, what caused them to separate from each other. Outside of herself, in the distance, beyond the “backstage”, a therapy session is in progress.
This is Libby’s therapy, which the woman can hear. The session evokes the anxiety, horror, and the traumatizing memory of the rape she had been a victim of. The woman, that is, Libby’s consciousness, who is now separated from Libby, due to the trauma, is forced, yet again, to make a choice. Whether to reunite the pieces together or allow herself to split again, lose Libby again and to protect herself from the monstrous memory. Until the next time she will find the strength to attempt reuniting into a one, whole woman.
“Libby and I” is a short film which examines the dissociation, repression and the traumatic split that comes from within, (the human experience) while coping with being a victim of rape.
Executive Producer, Writer, Director
Edan Jacob Levy
Producer, Production Manager, Psychologist Voice Over
Yulia Plotkin Oz
Attacker, Lead Dancer.
Director of Photography
Editor, Sound Effects Editor,
Associate producer, Dance Captain
Yoram & Mirela Caspi
Sound Recordist, Sound Desing and Mix
First Assistant Camera
Second Assistant Camera / DIT
Special Effects Makeup Artist
First Assistant Director
Hair and Makeup
Second Hair and Makeup
Sheira Lempel, Eden Zino, Adi Volivovich, Noa Habot
Bar July Bublil, Nativ Tamim, Meirav Yallouz, May Ben Shushan
Lipaz Kullock, Yuval Bar Lev, Dima Zahran, Ariela Baraka Ben-Dov
Maya Bernd, Maya brand feigenbaum, Ofir Bney Israeli