Two brothers, both in their early 70's, hold a long life grudge against each other. They can be compared in so many ways, yet they cannot manage to keep a brotherly relationship, due to ...
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Two brothers, both in their early 70's, hold a long life grudge against each other. They can be compared in so many ways, yet they cannot manage to keep a brotherly relationship, due to childhood traumas. Ehud, the eldest, can be called a 'homeless millionaire', whereas Zamir, the youngest, can be known as a 'comfortably bitter man.' They live on two separate sides of the world, one in Israel, and the other in America. One is divorced, the other is married. It's known that blood is thicker than water; unfortunately not in this case. Written by
I saw this movie in NYC at one of the film festivals i think on the lower east side. The movie is really well made and at least for me very emotional to the point where it made me cry... really very touching very emotional and very real. Something you should all see and feel the reality and maybe learn from it. I hope it comes out on DVD so I can add it to my collection and have other people see it. It will make you learn something about the love of family and what can break a family apart, and sometimes how hard it might be to put it back together, if possible... see for yourself...Everyone can learn something from this film if you open your heart to it... check it out and see for yourself.
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