I saw this at the Vancouver International Film Festival, and strongly recommend the film. The plot concerns two Israelis who purchase a classic Cadillac in Tel Aviv, and then ship the car to Germany where they expect to sell it at a substantial profit. Driving the car through Germany, during Chanukah, things don't go as planned. The relationship between the two friends provides for various comic situations; meanwhile Shmuel, whose parents survived the Holocaust, must come to terms with his family history as the drama inside his mind contrasts modern-day Germany with that of sixty years ago. All of the actors do a great job, and the film's editing carries it along well to its dramatic conclusion.
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