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Cheftzi hosts a love-counseling radio show for female listeners. She always insists upon her own ideas about relationships to her audience: You can wait for a bus, but you should not wait for a man. With full confidence, she asks her boyfriend to marry her on air, but contrary to her expectations, he becomes angry with her sudden proposal and refuses her. Besides, her listeners’ relationships go in the very opposite way that she intended for them to… Can there be any cardinal rules in love and relationship? (Billy Choi)
Dalit ElirazDalit Eliraz
Born in Israel in 1979, Dalit Eliraz graduated from Ma’ale School of Television, Film & the Arts, Jerusalem. She received the prize for the best producer in her graduating class. She made her first short Real Soon in 2002 and also directed I Asked for…Picture (2002), Yehuda’s Festival (2003) and My Film (2004).