Touted as the first Israeli horror film, this debut feature from writer-directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado is hardly horrifying, though it seems promising at first. A young woman plunges into a pitfall constructed by a mysterious psychopath; he’s asleep for most of the movie, but his trap sets off a bloody chain of events as various characters trying to rescue the woman—young tennis players lost in the woods, shady cops, a park administrator—take their arguments with each other too far and the violence becomes contagious. The metaphor of the title might have been more potent if the characters weren’t so flat, the killing so predictable, and the dying all redeemed from their momentary blindness with their last breaths. In Hebrew with subtitles.