Sergio Konstanza, a Swindler, owes money to Mr. Hasson. He escapes to the desert where he joins a wacky army reserve unit whose Sergeant is engaged to one of Mr. Hasson's Daughters. Written by
Yishay Lehman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Throughout the movie, there are numerous references to "Tempo", a very popular soft drink in Israel at the time of filming. This is probably due to financial or commercial purposes. For instance, an illuminated sign at Sergio's Bar, a large stack of empty bottle crates with the "Tempo" logo behind "Victor's Restaurant", and a radio commercial playing in the background during one of the scenes. See more
When Victor, Gingi and the rest are entering the camp, after releasing Victor from captivity, the boom is visible at the bottom left corner of the screen. See more
An hour! An hour that I'm looking for the sea! Couldn't they put a sign - "sea"?
Referenced in Eizeh Yofi Shel Tzarot!
Ten Lasim Tarosh Al Diuna
Lyrics by Assi Dayan
Music by Naftali Alter
Performed by Ha-Gashash Ha-Chiver See more