An acclaimed documentary movie brings the personal story of Daffi,
a 23-year-old girl who has been coping with her C.F. sickness all her life and the struggle of the people around her as they are effected by it but never lost hope - a hope for a new life.
As Daffi grows her condition deteriorates, up to the point where she is forced to be connected to the oxygen tank 24 hours a day. Her only salvation is a lung transplant. Wishfully she is waiting for that savior telephone call - as time is running short
At , on New Year's Eve it comes. A phone call telling her to come to the hospital immediately for the surgery she so desperately needs. The movie follows, in real time, her stressed family as they are coping with their fears, hopes and optimism as a hope for a new life is in the horizon.
As the events happen, a wonderful love story is being unraveled between Daffi and her boyfriend, Noam - a love of total commitment, support, and security as together, they overcome all obstacles.
But one's family's happiness is another's sorrow, as for every recipient there is a donor.
Irit and Oded, the parents of Sivan, a young solider who was killed in a car accident,
accompany the story as they tell of all that has happened to them on that fatal day, when they lost their greatest joy.
We also learn of their thoughts and hesitation as they donate their son's organs to save others,
up to the point of the emotional encounter between the two families -
which a twist of faith has put on opposite sides of this human tragedy.
The movie is mainly a human story, bringing the drama and feeling of real life events to the screen.
Coinciding a portrait of many medical elements that are necessary for such a complex procedure with great professional detail
in a plain and simple manner so they are understood even without medical background.