“Gagging During Confession” is a compilation of “bloopers” from the filming of “The Confessions of Roee Rosen”. The film features three female foreign workers reciting a text written in Hebrew, which they do not understand, and mimicking the body gestures of another person standing outside the camera’s frame (Rosen). The women speak in first person, as if they were indeed the artist Roee Rosen, author of the text. There are no cinematic pretensions on the women’s part. They get paid for their work. The Hebrew transcript and the appearance of the readers-confessors, who clearly do not understand what they are uttering, produces situations evocative of pop culture bloopers, yet which still hold a dark and different shades. Rosen’s son also participates in the film.