Losing Alice, the new neo-noir thriller from creator, writer and director Sigal Avin, will make its world debut today, Friday, January 22, exclusively on Apple TV +. The eight-episode series will launch with the first three chapters in a row with a new episode premiering weekly, every Friday thereafter until Friday, February 26.
Selected for CANNESERIES: the 2020 Cannes International Series Festival and We Are One: A Global Film Festival de Tribeca + YouTube, Losing Alice is the latest Apple TV + drama that takes the viewer on a creepy and moving cinematic journey through the conscious and subconscious mind of its protagonist.
The Israel-produced drama follows Alice (Ayelet Zurer), a 48-year-old film director, who feels irrelevant since she stepped back to start a family, while her husband, David (Gal Toren) is at his best. moment of his burgeoning acting career. After a brief encounter on the train, Alice becomes obsessed with a femme fatale, a young screenwriter Sophie (Lihi Kornowski) and her haunting film starring David. When Alice is asked to lead the project, she enters an unconventional love triangle, eventually giving up her moral integrity to achieve power, relevance, and success.
Through the prism of this feminine Faust, the series explores themes such as jealousy, guilt, fear of aging, and the complex relationships women have with each other. But above all Losing Alice is a love letter to the women who sit in the Director’s chair, a position still very rare in the industry.
Losing Alice was created, written, and directed by Sigal Avin, who also serves as executive producer alongside Yoni Paran, Nadav Palti, and Tami Mozes Borovitz. The series will be available for world premiere for the first time on Apple TV + in a new co-production agreement with Israeli production company Dori Media in association with HOT, and stars Ayelet Zurer, Lihi Kornowski, Gal Toren, Yossi Marshak. , Shai Avivi and Chelli Goldenberg.