The sharp, often hilarious satire that became the most successful film in Israeli history is about new immigrants Sallah and his family, who are left in a shack near their promised ... See full summary »
Satirical Comedy still good 30 years Later. Famous Zohar Topol
One of the Bohemian Films from Israel 1970-71. Uri Zohar and Friends made this one too. Enjoyable 30 years Later, Was Shown recently on Israeli TV with English and French Subtitles. Critical Comedy about Israeli Macho's, but the Women seem to like it... Mr. Zur (Haim Topol) is doing reserve duty on Suez Canal Bar-Lev Line. He get's a few days off. He goes to see his Ex-Wife and her new Future Lawyer Husband. On the Way he has a series sex adventures. The film shows the Israeli Macho. The distance between civilian life and the Soldiers in the Desert at the time of War of Attrition. Topol plays well, like he did in Salach Shabati and Tuvia in Fiddler on the roof.
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