A childhood friend reconnects with a young painter who has been confined to a wheelchair. Old jealousies are rekindled but overcome. Lior was my role-model in high school. She was a wild but charmful punk, always surrounded with friends. I liked filming her.
After being often repressed by her, I let the friendship fade...even when a rare disease left her paralyzed from the chest down. Seven years later, she contacted me.
Lior is prettier than ever and still full of charm, even when she struggles to make simple actions. I find myself once again jealous with her freedom of mind and wonder who is the disabled one between us.