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Israel, 2006 (MIFF 2007, Stars of David)

Director: Dror Sabo


This season, 10 women will be vying for the affection of one man… and none of them will know that he's blind. In a desperate attempt to inject new life into his flailing reality TV show - Choice of Heart - Zacky Reibenbach hits on a gimmick to win back viewers and rescue the rating figures. He recalls a film student from university who spent the last three years documenting the miraculous rehabilitation of a blind man named Ethan. In Ethan, Reibenbach sees his golden goose and he makes him an offer he can't refuse. No Exit is a delirious and often surreal journey behind the scenes of the television world, a dark satire on the international phenomenon of reality TV. Multiple award-winner at last year's 2006 Jerusalem Film Festival.

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D Dror Sabo P Ori Dickstein, Michal Dvash S Amit Leor, Barak Salonim, Dror Sabo WS NOA - International Film Marketing L Hebrew w/English subtitles TD 35mm/2006/90mins

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