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Yatzati L'Hapes Ahavah - Techef Ashuv (1997)

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Dan Katzir's autobiographical film expresses the outcry of his generation, as it struggles to find love and privacy amidst the reality of daily terror and hate. Mr. Katzir, a former officer... See full summary »

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Dan Katzir's autobiographical film expresses the outcry of his generation, as it struggles to find love and privacy amidst the reality of daily terror and hate. Mr. Katzir, a former officer and paratrooper intimately reveals his loves story with Iris, a charming girl about to begin her army service. A truly poetic film filled with beauty innocence and wisdom. This film is also an important historic document with rare and shocking footage from the era of assasinated prime minister Yitzchak Rabin. Made with much love and humour, this brave film examines Israel's most painful scars. A unique Israeli classic which has garnered over 13 International Awards across the globe. Written by Anonymous

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The movie that touches your inner feelings
20 December 1998 | by (Petah-Tikvah, Israel) – See all my reviews

I've watched this movie twice, and I plan to see it again. It is the movie that puts you in the director's place, regarding his romantic relations and the political situation in Israel. It also makes me cry because of remembering the wonderful time it was, and the horrible murder described there. It is really worth watching.


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