Synopsis by Bhob Stewart
In this Israeli urban sex farce, Naomi (Keren Mor) and Tziki (Dov Navon) find their suburban home burglarized. When Naomi goes to the police station, she sits next to a hooker (Dana Raz) -- leading the cops to mistakenly assume she's a prostitute. Eventually, cop Claude (Rami Hoiberger ) takes an interest in her case. Claude is trying to train his dog to bark when traffic lights change -- hence, the film's title. Meanwhile, Tziki, wandering around town, encounters the same prostitute Naomi met at the police station. What he doesn't know is that her pimp is behind the robbery. Shown at the 1997 Seattle and AFI/Los Angeles film festivals.
imprisonment, mistaken-identity, pimp, police, prostitute/prostitution, robbery, victim