If Israel needs a Mike Leigh to capture the angst of its silently suffering working class, it could do far worse than Nir Bergman, whose fine debut feature has made a strong showing on the festival circuit. Sixteen-year-old Maya Ullman (Maya Maron) dreams of becoming a singer. But just as she gets her big break, her family starts to break apart. Maya and her band are about to perform "Animated Movies," a song she wrote for her recently deceased father, at a talent competition when she gets an urgent call from her mother, Dafna (Orli Zilbershatz). Dafna, a midwife at a Haifa hospital, has been called in to work on an emergency and Maya must come home immediately to lo...