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Hamesima X (2010)

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A man is sent to Earth to deliver mystical and Kabalistic secrets to the Israeli Mossad's superior agent.
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The interrogee
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The Investigator
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A man is sent to Earth on a mysterious mission and caught trying to infiltrate the Mossad's most highly classified facility. During an intensive interrogation, instead of getting the information he was hoping for, the Mossad's investigator is surprised to be given mystical information and Kabalistic secrets. The district psychiatrist, a Holocaust survivor who still carries with him a trauma from the past, joins the investigation, while, a strange beggar who speaks in rhyme, and an imaginary figure in black, who wages Kung fu battles, are trying to get the interrogee to abandon his mission. Meanwhile, the investigator finds himself in a compound situation, as the interrogee reveals details from his father's past during the Holocaust and unfolds the secret of his father's will. Written by Anonymous

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$250,000 (estimated)
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"I finally saw HAMESIMA X last night and I was really impressed with the movie - with the courageous way of tackling such a tricky and difficult subject I'm thrilled to have it in our Program." Georges N. Chamchoum - Artistic & Program Director of The Monaco Film Festival

"I just finished watching your film and wanted to write to you myself to tell you how strangely compelling it was. I do not say "strangely" in a disrespectful way, but rather to state how unique your film was to me in ways difficult to describe. I've viewed over a thousand movies for the festival in the past six years, and your film definitely had an impact on me." Rod Beaudoin - Co-Executive Producer/Director Beloit International Film Festival

"Superbly produced trailer, looks like a major winner... " Tod Hunter - WorldFest Houston

"Bravo ! An inspiring, dramatic presentation of deep secrets from the Zohar, in a dramatic, exciting way" Jim long


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