Danny nervously wanders around the party looking for Max. She is pregnant with him, but before she can tell him about it, she will see that Max is already busy adoring another girl. Avishag, his current fascination, wants to explore her sexuality and wants to experience something more brutal and passionate - to feel more and in reality, not for pretend. There is nothing worse than weak and cowardly choking, Avishag says, better not to be choked at all. However, sometimes it is better for fantasies remain in their realm. Bringing them to life, although it should seemingly give satisfaction, disappoints at best. Although you can plan a scenario, add details and atmosphere, you cannot program the reaction of the other person, or your own. In his second film, Hadas Ben Aroya (People That Are Not Me) looks at millennials who are willing to try anything but cannot predict how these experiences will affect them. It addresses the issues of physical attraction, intimacy, desire, and emotional and physical vulnerability, and also asks the question: how liberated are we? Intimacy appears, the director says, when you manage to be defenseless towards the other person. Only when you are vulnerable can you really feel.