They want a baby desperately. But destiny doesn’t seem to be with them.
Natalie’s husband Aviv has reached the height of his patience. Parenthood is a difficult journey. Their journey is a little more complex.
They’re ready to have kids. But Natalie’s body is revolting against her.
They’re trying, very hard. But things are not going well.
The waiting, the disappointment, the exasperation, the subtle blame-game, the resentment — it’s affecting their marriage.
She wants to follow the fertility clinic’s instructions strictly; he is not for the calculations and lack of spontaneity in their relationship.
Is it worth pursuing pregnancy at the cost of a happy marriage?
At what point should one give up hope?
‘Hole In The Stomach’ won the Runner Up Award For Best Feature Short at the Hibulb Cultural Center Film Festival Awards and screened at the College Town Film Festival, Penn State in 2015.