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Draft

Israel (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Naomi Levari

Pacifist Yoav Genar is doing all he can to prevent his son from enlisting in the Israeli army. In the 24 hours prior to the draft, an ideological and emotional confrontation evolves between father and son.
D/S Naomi Levari P Talya Salama, Yoav Abramovitch WS Sam Speigel School of Cinema, Jerusalem L Hebrew w/English subtitles TD video/ col/2004/18mins

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