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  • How old am I:
  • 23
  • Color of my iris:
  • I’ve got warm gray-green eyes
  • Hair:
  • Gray
  • My figure features:
  • I'm quite slender
  • In my spare time I love:
  • Looking after pets

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Annette Haven plays a down-on-the-farm girl who decides, after a confrontation with her stepfather, to head out to the big city. There she finds that she has to sell her body if she wants to make the really big money, so she jumps right into action and becomes the classiest hooker in the Big Apple. One night while driving, she sees a hustler being accosted by her pimp.

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Both films are stories of talented men, of a certain age, taking stock of the past and noting the absurd, exquisite beauty of their present lives. However, Bentwich makes every moment on screen count, and if you make it through the few slow bits, it pays off big in the end.

In Peaches and Creamwe meet Zuri Shostak Gur Bentwicha neurotic film director who is having an existential crisis on the night of his new film release.

After sitting through his picture bombing, he feels sick and insists on going to the ER to be checked out. He leaves her at the apartment and has the cab driver, Micho Dover Koshashvilitake him to the hospital.

This sets into motion an unforgettable night for Zuri and his band of friends. All the while, the meter is running, and Zuri is literally running out of time.

Peaches and Cream is semi-autobiographical and all the parts are played by famous Israeli actors and directors. He took what he came up against and managed to find the humor and humanity in it.

He makes fun of himself, and his narcissistic obsessions with cynical flourishes throughout the film. I give Peaches and Cream a 5-star rating. Also, be sure to wait until the end of the credits and through the coda. Tags from the story.

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