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The Session Trailer has premiered. Haim Bouzaglo‘s Session (2011) movie trailer stars Bar Refaeli, Tom Bower, Steven Bauer, Shirly Brener, and Gil Hacohen. Session‘s plot synopsis: “A psychological suspense drama-thriller where a psychologist becomes obsessed with one of his patients. The lines between dreams and reality blend.”
We previously posted Bar Refaeli to star in Session. This movie looks bad, real bad. Half way through this movie trailer I realized why Session has been on the shelf for three years and is being released Stv. The film seems like a lazy The Ward-lite, if that’s possible.
I am surprised though that no one film producer has seen fit to use a model of Bar Refaeli’s beauty in their horror movie as a waiting-to-die or the survivor girl. It certainly would be a cool place to begin her acting career and a resume builder.
Bar Refaeli GQ Magazine Italy (Italia) Photos for May 2011 have premiered. The May 2011 Italia/Italy GQ Magazine Bar Refaeli photos are eye-catching and hilarious coterminous. They are eye-catching for obvious reasons, as are many of her photo shoots and videos, which can be found on our Bar Refaeli Page. I say hilarious because Israeli citizens are required to serve in the Israel Defense Force for two years, men and women, and Bar Refaeli was able to circumvent this requirement.
Though military service is required for male and female Israelis over the age of 18, it was revealed in 2007 that Refaeli had managed to avoid the draft.
The Jewish news site ynet.com reported at the time that she had married an acquaintance to get out of the draft and, though they later divorced, she had no regrets about her choice.
“I don’t regret not enlisting, because it paid off big time, »
2 items from 2011
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