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Ahava Mimabat Sheni (1999)

Renowned Israeli filmmaker and actress Michal Bat-Adam produced, wrote, and directed this intriguing tale of romantic obsession in present-day Tel Aviv. The beautiful Michal Zuaratz stars ... See full summary »

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Renowned Israeli filmmaker and actress Michal Bat-Adam produced, wrote, and directed this intriguing tale of romantic obsession in present-day Tel Aviv. The beautiful Michal Zuaratz stars as a young female photographer infatuated with a stranger whose image she accidentally captures on film. Written by National Center for Jewish Film

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18 February 1999 (Israel)  »

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Love at Second Sight  »

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little stories about earthly loves
6 April 2004 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

I saw this film without any expectations, so my surprise about the artistic quality of "love from the second sight" was very strong. the film tell us some little stories about earthly loves of two old men which were told to a young girl who look after a man whose name and address were unknown. the film is like a simple good theater take place in Tel Aviv. it catch you all the one hour and half of the movie. the movie is very good because he concentrate around one subject: the complete love is very practical if you love very strong but with the understanding that love is connected with pains.


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