In this Israeli documentary, director Ran Carmeli narrates and tells the story of his mother, librarian Tami Carmeli, who began to lose her sight at age 40 but nevertheless embarked on a new career as a massage therapist. She also became an expert at lawn bowling for the blind, reigned as the Israeli champion, and attended the Atlanta Para-Olympics for the disabled. Music includes Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." Shown at the 1997 Haifa Film Festival.
by Bhob Stewart synopsis