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Solo for Tuba

Israel, 1985 (MIFF 1987)

Director: Arik Kaplun

In a civil war in an unspecified country a tuba player tries to remain aloof from the conflict that surrounds him. The film is an allegory spoken in an invented language. It was nominated for an Academy Award and filmed in Israel by an international cast and crew.

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