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Sodot Mishpacha (1998)

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Based on Yehudit Katzir's novel Schalffstunde, the film presents the unusual love story between a 15 year old girl and her 15 year old cousin who lives in the United States. The two met ... See full summary »

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Based on Yehudit Katzir's novel Schalffstunde, the film presents the unusual love story between a 15 year old girl and her 15 year old cousin who lives in the United States. The two met every summer in Tel Aviv and secretly discovered the pain of love, sexual attraction and the unavoidable power of forbidden desire. When their uncle intervenes and dies mysteriously, they remain separated until years later when they meet again and finally discover the truth about their past. Written by Anonymous

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Best film I've ever seen!
8 April 1999 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

A fascinating movie! I was amazed by the lives of these two cousins, born after WWII dealing with the war's presence in their family. An incredible movie, I saw it twice. Would have seen it more if time had permitted. It left an ever-present mark in my mind, every movie I see is put to comparison with it. I highly recommend it.


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