A musical, semi-documentary motion picture considering the making of "Shablul", a rock album by Arik Einstein and Shalom Hanoch. The film demonstrates fragments of being, a few funny ... See full summary »

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A musical, semi-documentary motion picture considering the making of "Shablul", a rock album by Arik Einstein and Shalom Hanoch. The film demonstrates fragments of being, a few funny sketches and musical numbers, much affected by The Beatles' flicks. "Shablul" reminds its viewers the taste of 60s, showing them the Israeli pop/rock scene of these jolly years. Written by Marat <tarboot@hotmail.com>

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An important israeli rock flick
24 February 2001 | by (Tel Aviv, Israel) – See all my reviews

"Shablul" is affected by The Beatles' films, presenting most of the songs from the famous Einstein-Hanoh albom. It's semi-documentary, showing the life of Arik Einstein and his creative partners, who try to escape the reality by singing light rock songs and making nonsense. Boaz Davidson made here his directorial debut and it's a must see, especially for those who know and love Einstein and israeli culture in general.

Grade: ****


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