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Blues Lahofesh Hagadol ()


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A group of close friends celebrate the bittersweet changes coming to their lives during the summer of their high-school graduation: adult responsibilities, adult romance -- and the... See more »

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Arale
Yoav Tzafir ...
Mosi
Shahar Segal ...
Margo
Omri Dolev ...
Zvillich
Noa Goldberg ...
Naomi
Vered Cohen ...
Shosh
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sharon Bar-Ziv ...
Kobi
Ada Ben-Nahum ...
Mossi's Mother
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School Principal
Amit Gazit ...
Lieutenant Colonel Arbel
Moshe Havazelet ...
Mosey's father
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Ada
Maxi Nesher ...
Strikovski
Ariella Rabinovich ...
Hava Carmeli

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Renen Schorr

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Doron Nesher ... (writer)
 
Renen Schorr ... (story)

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Ilan De Vries ... producer
Doron Nesher ... producer
Renen Schorr ... producer

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Rafi Kadishzon

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Eitan Harris

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Shlomo Hazan

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Orit Marmeri ... supervising sound editor

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Plot Summary

A group of close friends celebrate the bittersweet changes coming to their lives during the summer of their high-school graduation: adult responsibilities, adult romance -- and the soberingly adult fact that some of their number are being drafted into the Israeli army. This has very much the feel of a high-school beach-party movie -- with music, and in Hebrew -- until a sudden and disturbingly realistic reminder of their own mortality finally slashes through the kids' cheerful, close-knit obliviousness. Written by Susannah R Mandel

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Also Known As
  • Late Summer Blues (World-wide, English title)
  • Let It Never End
  • Late Summer Blues (Denmark)
  • Késő nyári blues (Hungary)
  • Late Summer Blues
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  • 90 min
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Budget $350,000 (estimated)

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