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Rafi Bukai (1957–2003)

Rafi Bukai was born in 1957 in Kiryat Gat, Israel. He was a producer and director, known for Marco Polo: The Missing Chapter (1996), Avanti popolo (1986) and Ushpizin (2004). He died on December 9, 2003 in Israel. See full bio »

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(age 46) in Israel

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 2004 Ushpizin (producer)
 2003 Tza'ad Katan (producer)
 1992 Eddie King (producer)
 1992 Life According to Agfa (producer)
 1986 Avanti popolo (producer)
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 2002 Moments, Israel 2002 (Documentary) (segment "Ze HaMatzav")
 1986 Avanti popolo
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 2002 Foolish Me (TV Movie)
Nazi Officer #1
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 1986 Seret Layla (Short) (camera operator)
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 2004 Ushpizin (in memory of)

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