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Tomer Ve-Hasrutim (2001)

Documentary about the relationship between the mild-mannered filmmaker Tomer and a gang of tough, nihilistic estate-boys whom he is counseling and helping to put on a play.

Director:

Tomer Heymann

Writer:

Tomer Heymann
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Cast

Credited cast:
Idan Alterman ... Himself
Aviv Geffen Aviv Geffen ... Himself
Tomer Heymann ... Himself
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This tough Israeli film concentrates on Tomer, a youth group leader in a small town near Tel Aviv who motivates a group of deliquent adolescent boys to create a play. The communal production goes through a number of shifts and changes, especially when the first writer departs abruptly to Canada. In a startling development soon afterwards, Tomer announces to the group that he is gay. For the straight boys in the gang, this is a shock; their process of adjustment forms a major thread in the play and the documentary. Directed by Tomer Heymann, this film has a rough-hewn vitality that matches the energy of the teenage boys. Written by Bobolink

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Country:

Israel

Language:

Hebrew

Release Date:

2001 (Israel) See more »

Also Known As:

It Kinda Scares Me See more »

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Color
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