Film by Omri Givon, from Israel
As I stated to my husband after watching this " when hearing the phrase 'suicide bomber/bombing', I shall forever have images of what it must be like" .
This is a very "slow-moving" story, going from the present to the past - Galia is searching for memories of what happened on that fateful day. With subtitles, however, the dialogue is sparse so one need not worry about trying to keep up.
This movie was "spell-binding" to the point that I could barely breath at times, not a Light and fuzzy enjoyable movie, but one that certainly makes a statement about the troubles in the Middle East. I would suggest you might consider this one.