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Avanti popolo (1986)

 -  Drama | War  -  1 April 1989 (Japan)
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Credited cast:
Salim Dau ...
Haled el Asmar
Suhel Haddad ...
Gassan Hamada
Tuvia Gelber ...
David Pozner
Danny Segev ...
Yacaov Hirsh
Dani Roth ...
Dani Sela
Barry Langford ...
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Michael Koresh ...
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Itamar Bartov
Ofer Ben-Aharon
Yuval Cohen ...
Jeep Driver
Meir Dahan
Giora Erlich
Eyal Hatuel
Yoav Hess
Gabi Katz
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What a way to graduate
12 November 2013 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

This film was Rafi Bukai's graduation film in the Tel Aviv university cinema studies. It had almost no budget, and it was misunderstood by many as a self hating anti Israeli anti war movie. It's not it's probably the best movie ever made in Israel by a great cinematic mind with a deep understanding of the limitations of a students film budget, and how to use these for your own advantage. With very little means this movie creates a series of unforgettable images that speak in every language. It's not anti Israeli, it's anti war, and it uses the war in which Israel has won its biggest victory ever, because it helps delivering the point. Yes it does show some Israeli characters which aren't very nice, but it also shows some which are much nicer. and of the three Egiptian characters in the movie one is very bellicose, and his role is next to insignificant considering his screen time, but much more significant when considering the fact that he's one of the only three Egiptians shown in the film. Their nationality is not the issue here, that's the reason the film is named after the anthem of the Italian Communist party, an anthem heard on the radio during the film and getting sung as a marching tune in one of the greatest scenes ever seen in Israeli cinema.

If you can keep an open mind regarding some very touchy spots you'll have to see that this one of the best anti war films ever, made in Israel or at any other country. This one is a real must see.


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