Shmuel Goldberg, an Israeli car dealer, 2nd-generation of holocaust victims, and Siso, his partner, visit Germany on a trip combining business and pleasure.
They try to sell a potentially expensive car, cataloged at 50,000 Euro. This movie describes their journey, which both explores Israeli vs. European/German culture and 2nd-hand experience of the holocaust from a number of angles.
An average plus movie, a bit boring, not enough drama, not enough wit. There is a message that passes through quite well and in a not too forced way, but though the basic idea of the movie is excellent, the outcome is a bit too anticipated.
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