Tamar is 35 years old, pretty and noble, a mother of two little girls. She lives alone and can’t restrain her sexual appetite. She is the village’s slut and gives herself to several men. Shai, a young man, just moved back in the region to handle his dead mother's assets, but as he meets Tamar, he decides to stay. They soon fall in love, but will Tamar be satisfied with only one partner? Handling her sluttish way isn’t that simple. This little family’s questionable harmony is now shaken to its bone. This is a film about Tamar, who wants only what is wanted of her, of two little girls left morally stained, and of a man who reveals his true nature.
Hagar Ben-Asher (b. 1979 in Israel) graduated from the "Minshar for Art" school in Tel-Aviv. She wrote and directed two short films "Fun Today" and "Wake Up" both screened at many international festivals. Her graduation film "Pathways" was selected at the Cinefondation during the 2007 Festival de Cannes. "The Slut" is her feature film debut.
Selected filmography: "Fun Today" (2006, short), "Wake Up" (2006, short), "Pathways" (2007), "The Slut" (2011, "Kino pavasaris").
- Year: 2011
- Country: Israel, Germany
- Runtime: 87 min.
- Director: Hagar Ben-Asher
- Screenwriter: Hagar Ben-Asher
- Actors: Hagar Ben Asher, Ishai Golan, Icho Avital, Yoav Levi, Tzahi Hanan, Stav Yanai, Daria Forman
- Producers: Benny Drechsel, Marek Rozenbaum
- Cinematographer: Amit Yasour
- Company: Films Distribution
- Dialogs: Hebrew
- Subtitles: Lithuanian, English
- Classification: S
- IMDB rating: 4.7