Directed by Uri Kranot & Michelle Kranot.

Synopsis: The Hangman at Home by American poet Carl Sandburg was written almost 100 years ago and is still as relevant and more poignant than ever, as our world slides into dark times.

Through a series of paintings bringing together eclectic fragments of life, strange human behaviors are highlighted. Eccentric or banal, they plunge us into intimacy or embarrassment.

This portrait ultimately suggests that we human beings are much more similar than different.