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Shlosha Yamim Veyeled (1967)

 -  Drama  -  26 March 1969 (USA)
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Based on a short story by Abraham B. Jehoshua, the movie follows Eli (Oded Kotler) taking care of an old girlfriend's child for three days. He wants him to get hurt, he worries about him. ... See full summary »

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Cast overview:
Oded Kotler ...
Eli
Shai Oshorov ...
Shuy
Judith Solé ...
Noa
Misha Asherov ...
Shuy's Father
Illi Gorlitzky ...
Zvi
Germaine Unikovsky ...
Yael (as Jermain Unikovsky)
Stella Ivni ...
Neighbor
Baruch David ...
Neighbor's Husband
Shoshana Doar ...
Yael's Mother
Nissan Yatir ...
Yael's Father
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Based on a short story by Abraham B. Jehoshua, the movie follows Eli (Oded Kotler) taking care of an old girlfriend's child for three days. He wants him to get hurt, he worries about him. Will the child survive the three days? Will Eli? Written by Jonathan <jrd@netvision.net.il>

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Lovely movie

Oded Kotler's performance is one of a kind. The story is original and still works. In fact, it seems many movies copied its premise (see Kolya, for one). The relationship between Eli and the child: love-hate, caring-couldn't care less, is vivid and real. Try to find this movie, you're sure to enjoy it.


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