Israeli comedy-drama TV series about a group of upper middle-class friends who have most everything they desire as far as apartments, jobs, and relationships are concerned, but who still ...
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Israeli comedy-drama TV series about a group of upper middle-class friends who have most everything they desire as far as apartments, jobs, and relationships are concerned, but who still can't manage to become satisfied with their lives. Written by
It was so well done, I couldn't stand watching it.
It's a real weird case of too much of a good thing. This series was one of the sharpest social satire ever made in Israel. It was superbly written, the actors were amazing, note a false note among the entire ensemble. Only problem is, after five or six episodes I realized I couldn't stand any of the characters. Yes they were all perfectly satirizing the Israely upper middle class, they were all flesh and blood cartoons I was very familiar with from simply looking around me. But there wasn't a single one among them I could sympathize with. Each one was a horrible person in a different fashion and I didn't want to know what happens to them any more. It was for me the first time it happened to me. Since then it happened a few more times, when directors were so careful creating the so called emotional detachment between the viewers and the story that I simply got completely no emotional involvement in the plot and lost interest all together. This could be my own personal problem, but that's the way it is, and that's the way I write it.
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