Tali and Ori are a young Israeli couple. After attending their best friends' wedding, which ended in disaster, they have a big fight, which leads to Ori proposing. But there is trouble in ... See full summary »
Tali and Ori are a young Israeli couple. After attending their best friends' wedding, which ended in disaster, they have a big fight, which leads to Ori proposing. But there is trouble in paradise when Ori's conservative father meets Tali, and all hell breaks loose... After Tali destroys Ori's highly religious sister's life's work and 'offends' him horribly, Mr. Cohen feels his honor has been abused and refuses contact with his son, unless Tali apologizes publicly. Zidane is a young bachelor with nothing to do and a strong affection for weed. After an encounter with a prostitute he's reunited with since knowing each other in junior high, Zidane has a near-death experience and tries to change his life. After a failed attempt to reignite an old affair in Colombia, and a relationship with a beautiful doctor, Zidane realizes who he really loves and what he'll do for her. Omer and Yael are a newly married couple who are way past the honeymoon phase. Omer, a bitter man only recently ... Written by
One of the best Israeli comedies in the last 10 years.
This movie is very funny, has a healthy sense of humor, the kind I haven't seen in an Israeli movie. The plot is fluent and it keeps you watching (which I can't say about many Israeli films). I was happy to see that the movie had a happy ending unlike most films of the genre that end in tragedy. Overall, good actors, many of them are new to me (so I was pleasantly surprised), some already famous like Asi Cohen, which is very good here. The film has very funny situations regarding several aspects of Israeli life. Don't look for hidden meanings or a political agenda, it's just a fun movie (and a good one) that might be cult movie material. Enjoy (10/10).
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