Based on the personal experience of the director, this film focuses on one family waiting to hear news of a son who may be involved in a terrorist incident.


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Credited cast:
Hana Drory
Tal Kapitolnik
Guy Loel
Rivka Neuman
Sivan Shavit
Danny Steg


Assaf Dayan stars in this award-winning dramatic study of an Israeli family in crisis. It is Sunday morning. Like most Israeli soldiers on weekend leave, Lieutenant Ziv Gonan is returning to his Israeli army base. His father drops him off at the Beit Lid bus stop, and as he waits there, a bomb explodes, killing 18 people and wounding 62 others. Ziv's family hears of the bombing and waits in an agony of suspense to hear what happened to him. Based on a personal story of Ayelet Bargur. Written by Fiona Kelleghan <>

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Israeli Life at its best
30 January 2000 | by (Petach-Tikvah, Israel) – See all my reviews

It's been only one hour since I watched this drama, and I still haven't fully understood its meaning. It gives the Israeli life in 1994 at its fullest. Bergor's movie catches the fear of the death during the terrorist attacks of that period. One of the best dramas I've ever seen.

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