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Haya O Lo Haya (2003)

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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Hana Rubina (as Jenya Dodina)
Tzak Berkman ...
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Berl Katznelson
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Shura
Salva Kanchev ...
Luva
Boris Ahnov ...
Menachem Ussishkin
Sasha Klein ...
Haim Nahman Bialik
Anna Stephan ...
Bella Penn
Idit Noydreper ...
Nina Shtein
Alon Friedman ...
Young Actor
Gadia Kutcher ...
Govinska
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Meskin
Hana Hagin ...
Journalist
Eyal Zusman ...
Young Poet
Leonid Gorovets ...
Friedland
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Drama | Romance

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3 January 2003 (Israel)  »

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Schneeflocken in Tel Aviv  »

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Lovely, high quality Israeli cinema!
21 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

I have seen a few Israeli movies in my time and this one is one of the best. It is set in Tel Aviv in the late 20's or 30's. Two Russian immigrants in the Tel-Aviv theater world (Sasha or Pen, a writer and a famous actress, Chana) come together in with their passion for their new land and the stage. They also come together with some hot fireworks on screen. Pen is an alcoholic, womanizing married man with a temper, so when he gets a piece of Spanish news, he almost has a nervous breakdown. I don't want to give away too much of the story though.

The camera-work can make you dizzy sometimes but it's easy to adjust to. The costumes, set, props, everything looks right for this era and place. The acting is captivating and the ending just right. Take a look, it's worth it!


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