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Tzedek muchlat (1997)

| Drama | 1997 (Israel)
A homicide detective, in what started out as a routine murder case, uncovers more than he bargained for and finds himself on a journey of self-discovery, challenging the very foundation of ... See full summary »

Director:

Arnon Zadok

Writer:

Yoav Halevy
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Credited cast:
Gabi Amrani
Yona Atari
Saar Badishi
Shmil Ben Ari
Eli Bonfild Eli Bonfild
Yosef Carmon
Yehuda Cohen Yehuda Cohen
Eli Danker
Zion Golan Zion Golan
Uri Gottlieb
Malka Hagbi Malka Hagbi
Sigal Harari Sigal Harari
Ofra Haza
Ra'anan Hefetz
Sharon Izhak Sharon Izhak
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A homicide detective, in what started out as a routine murder case, uncovers more than he bargained for and finds himself on a journey of self-discovery, challenging the very foundation of his identity. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Israel

Language:

Hebrew

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1997 (Israel) See more »

Also Known As:

Primal Justice See more »

Filming Locations:

Tel Aviv, Israel

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Color
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And by the way, 1000 children were kidnapped
25 July 2009 | by NozzSee all my reviews

Despite the legendary status of Ofra Haza in Israel, this movie has never been very widely seen. Some say that first it suffered cutting because its accusations, regarding Yemenite Jewish children who went missing in Israel in the 1950s, were too specific; and then it went largely unshown because of such accusations as it still did contain regarding them. However the movie may have reached the form we see on DVD, the issue of the Yemenite children (said to have been snatched for adoption) appears there only as an unsatisfyingly fragmentary subplot. The main plot centers on a murder investigation that involves gay prostitutes in Tel Aviv and seems to rest on a rather large coincidence. The director, Arnon Zadok, is better known as an actor, and he marshals a good cast of colleagues. Doubtless some of them, like Ofra Haza, were attracted to the idea of shedding light on the scandal of the Yemenite children; at best they managed a faint flicker.


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