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A darkly comic tale of characters riven by divided loyalties and neurotic inhibitions.
New York Post
Veteran stage, screen and TV actor Moshe Ivgi gives a sturdy performance as Moshe, a supposed tough guy who sobs when confronted by bank robbers.
An interesting, elusive hodgepodge of comedy, melodrama and implicit allegory, lighted by occasional sparks of formal bravado.
The wonderfully drawn characters and their soap-opera entanglements are dryly amusing and well played.
New York Daily News
Though the results are only moderately compelling, the film's problems stem not from a lack of ideological thrust, but rather from a protagonist who is so phenomenally unlikable.

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