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True stories are most difficult to portray because you cannot add an extra spice to it and thus you as writer cannot make it much likeable for the audience. Danny Ben-Moshe and Dasha Lisitsina join forces for this one as they start telling us about something that really happened to a woman and she successfully went all through this mental trauma. Luckily and amazingly that she survived all this.
The husband and wife took their children to a park and the husband and the children disappeared all of a sudden with no clue of any sort. She looked everywhere and the search was never stopped as her family was the only thing that she had. She goes from one station to the other hiring detectives and private investigators for the job but not a single trace. Unluckily she faces a more horrible truth fifty years later just when she was sure that there was no chance of her family’s return. She comes to know that her three children were never abducted by anyone, they were taken away by her husband and the things that he did to them were unthinkable.
No one can believe that a father can do such an ill with his own children. The novel goes psychological as well in the next phase and Danny Ben-Moshe narrates with the intense pattern. The voices suits well to the story and the progress really makes us feel the pain of a woman who remain in the tormented condition for more than fifty years of her life. And all this was because of her husband who was mentally sick and wanted a revenge of some sort.