The Bourgeoisie (2000–2004)
"Ha-Burganim" (original title)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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 Anonymous

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Nina: Nafal li ha'internet al harosh (The internet fell on my head)
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Featured in Arutz 2: Achshav HaSeret (2003) See more »

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Ne Me Quitte Pas
Composed by Jacques Brel
Performed by Faudel
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A situation tragicomedy
22 April 2003 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

The setup is for a sitcom-- characters and situations familiar from real life, but exaggerated, and getting into trouble that you can see coming a mile away but they plunge right ahead at. But from schtick to schtick it's a toss-up whether the scene will play out as humor or as drama. Like the earlier series _The Cameri Five_ featuring the same core cast, this one has a postmodern reluctance to commit itself either to lightheartedness or to heavy drama, and even to consistently bring a plot to a resolution.


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