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Moto Shel Yehudi (1970)

 -  Drama  -  29 April 1970 (France)
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A confrontation between two enemies. One is a young, captured Israeli agent and the other an older Arab inspector who tries to get the agent talk by making him regain his desire to live.

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Inspector Mehdaloun
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David Shimon (as Assaf Dayan)
Jean Claudio ...
Kassik
Azaria Rapaport ...
Doctor
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Gila Almagor
Ya'ackov Banai
Aviva Marcus
Alexander Peleg ...
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David Smadar
Moshe Yanai
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A confrontation between two enemies. One is a young, captured Israeli agent and the other an older Arab inspector who tries to get the agent talk by making him regain his desire to live. Written by Anonymous

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29 April 1970 (France)  »

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Death of a Jew  »

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If you can find a copy, definitely watch this film
8 August 2006 | by (N.Y., N.Y.) – See all my reviews

This movie is a bit dated, but I absolutely love the theme:a budding pseudo-adoptive father-son relationship between an Arab and an Israeli. While the character Assaf Dayan plays is perhaps not well enough developed, Akim Tamiroff, who plays the police chief, the other main character, is simply spectacular. The idea of finding loving human connections between people, who are each members of groups that are bitter enemies, is truly wonderful. I loved this film. I saw this film 20 years ago, and it still moves me. It reminds me of another lesser-known film entitled "A Majority of One," starring Alec Guiness and Rosalind Russell, a story that focuses on the attempt to bridge the gap between a Jewish American woman, who lost her son fighting the Japanese during WWII, and a Japanese official, who lost a daughter to the bombing of Hiroshima. Movies like these bring hope in the world.


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