They've barely arrived in New York, but Nicky and Uri, two young Israelis, are already surviving by shoplifting. After getting into scrapes, they leave Manhattan and end up in a seedy apartment in Brooklyn.
Max, an authoritarian, cynical man stuck in a wheelchair, manages the building. His brother-in-law, Harold Fisher, a lonely, timid guy, sees to the building's maintenance and does odd jobs around the place. One evening, during an argument with Uri, Nicky accidentally shoots herself in the leg.
|international title:||Apartment #5C|
|original title:||Apartment #5C|
|country:||France, Israel, United States|
|sales agent:||mk2 films|
|directed by:||Raphaël Nadjari|
|release date:||FR 19/06/2002|
|cast:||Tinkerbell, Richard Edson, Ori Pfeffer, Jeff Ware, Olga Meredith|
|cinematography by:||Laurent Brunet|
|film editing:||Tom Donahue|
|art director:||Sean Foley|
|costumes designer:||Linda Belkebir|
|producer:||Alain Sarde, Marin Karmitz|
|production:||mk2 films, Les Films Alain Sarde, Cine Factory, BVNG Productions (FR); Cinema Factory Production (IL); 2.1 Films (USA)|