Three grown children of a broken Israeli family grieve for their mother, who has died of cancer; reject their father, who deserted her for a younger woman; and grapple with the news that their true biological father may be a French-Algerian filmmaker from their mother’s past. This revelation is telegraphed so aggressively in the first half of the movie that it barely constitutes a surprise, but director Shemi Zarhin (Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi) is less interested in suspense than in the family members’ quirks, and a nicely ambiguous ending affirms his seriousness of purpose. Finely characterized but sluggishly paced, the movie focuses on issues of fertility and generation, with an attendant air of self-absorption. In Hebrew with subtitles.