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Ha-Lahaka ()


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Comedic musical, about an army singing group.

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Giora Datner
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Miki
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Danny
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Motti
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Bazooka
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Yaffa 'Yafchu'
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Noa
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Mali
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Orly
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Sari
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Benny Ratzon
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Antenna
Uzi Essner ...
Moni
Kobi Recht ...
Licht
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Aviv
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yoni Chen ...
Doron
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Shuka
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Himself

Directed by

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Avi Nesher

Written by

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Sharon Harel ... ()
 
Avi Nesher ... ()

Produced by

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Sharon Harel ... producer
Itzik Kol ... producer
Isaac Sehayek ... line producer

Music by

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Yair Rosenblum

Cinematography by

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Ya'ackov Kallach

Film Editing by

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Isaac Sehayek ... (as Yitzhak Sehayek)

Production Management

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Danny Perlman ... production manager

Sound Department

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Malcolm Stewart ... sound mixer
Mel Zelniker ... re-recording mixer

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Eric Goldman ... English subtitle creation

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Clash between new and old military band members threatens the band's stability. The movie, set in the Israeli 1969 War of Attrition, tells the story of a prestigious military band, and the tensions and ego crises new band members cause when joining the band. Will the band survive?

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Taglines Only a handful can make it. Only a handful can take it. It's a world you've never seen before. See more »
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Also Known As
  • HaLahaka (Israel, Hebrew title)
  • The Troupe (World-wide, English title)
  • The Band (World-wide, English title)
  • Sing Your Heart Out
  • Relaciones de grupo (Argentina)
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  • 112 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia (Director Cameo) Avi Nesher: at the Independence Day party, playing himself. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in A History of Israeli Cinema (2009). See more »
Soundtracks Shir Ha-Lahaka See more »

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