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Tzitut, sof tzitut (1998)

| Drama, Thriller, Short
Ofek is a young writer who claims every detail in his life has a meaning. His world gradually cracks when he and his girlfriend Lora start getting a transcript of their conversations in the... See full summary »

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Chen Shapira ...
Ofek
Li Baum ...
Lora
Itamar Rotschild ...
Guy
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Ofek is a young writer who claims every detail in his life has a meaning. His world gradually cracks when he and his girlfriend Lora start getting a transcript of their conversations in the mail, during the same week when they're packing their things and getting ready for moving to a new apartment. Ofek tries dealing with this phenomena in different ways, while Lora suspects their good friend Guy. During this one week Ofek systematically ruins his relationships with himself, his art, his girlfriend, his best friend and his sense of reality. Written by Anonymous

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Everyone of us checks his mail, but what do you do when your mail starts checking you...?

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From A Deadbeat To An Old Greaser
Written and Composed by Ian Anderson
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Great plot, Very interesting to watch.
14 August 2003 | by (Montreal, Canada) – See all my reviews

When I first saw the film at its premier-It was actually a little hard for me to understand it-considering I was only 10 years old (!) But after some explanations from my sister-Lee Baum who played Lora in the film, I could understand what was going on. The story itself is very interesting-and most of the acting and directing is very good for a student film. Some weird photography was used on purpose-and looked as if it was filmed by an amateur photographer. The film is recommended for all of you who understand Hebrew and can get a hold of it.

*Brief violent content and corse languege.


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