True: One character is a human resource manager.
False: The person the movie is all about appears “in the flesh” on-screen.
True: The employer is a corporation.
False: The story has anything to do with “managing employees.”
True: The movie has everything to do with human relations.
False: You won’t learn anything about people by watching this film.
The story begins in Jerusalem at the end of a long workday for a bakery’s human resources manager who is headed out the door and on his way home when a big problem is tossed into his lap. It’s a “hot potato” that has to be cooled off quickly.
The “personnel issue” quickly turns into a public-relations nightmare, thanks to a crusading newspaper reporter. There is only one way out of this messy situation: The Widow must send The Human Resources Manager on a long “road trip” out of Israel to deliver “precious goods” from the bakery.
The film keeps you in suspense until the credits role after the final scene. What country is The Human Resources Manager traveling through? What will be the final destination of his “passenger”? Can the Vice Consul help him get there? And will The Boy, The Ex-Husband, and The Grandmother, go “along for the ride”?
Fortunately, this trailer merely baits you into buying or renting the movie on DVD, without giving away the how the film ends, or the strange vehicle in which The Human Resources Manager drives off “into the sunset,” with The Weasel chasing after him.
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