Candid camera with an alien spaceship in Tel Aviv, a Mohel with a butcher's knife, a speaking ATM and a shaving cream cake. Topping it off, a pedestrian is fooled into exposing her huge breasts and later having them exploited.
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An alien spaceship lands in a Tel Aviv neighborhood, a Mohel comes packed with a butcher's knife, an ATM starts speaking in English, customers are offered a shaving cream cake, and a random huge breasted pedestrian woman is being fooled into audition topless right on the spot and then proceed to donate her "talents" for a fake pomelo fruit commercial. All that and more in Yehuda Barkan's second candid camera movie. Written by
This movie is basically a crime put on film. I wonder what the laws in Israel were like that this exploitative garbage could even legally be shown. I can't believe the participants would sign a waiver.
It's horrible in every conceivable way. The humor is boorish and classless, the set-ups aren't very funny or clever and the bits of real people they capture aren't interesting. The episode with the large breasted woman is sad and embarrassing to watch for many reasons. It's really hard to believe anyone ever thought this thing was funny even with the changing of attitudes since then.
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