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Look Out

Israel, 1990 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: Dina Zvi Riklis

From a rooftop m the village of the occupied Gaza strip, a lone Israeli soldier observes the house across the street The prattle of the radio switching cheerily from the joys of bazouki music to news of Mandela's release, forms an increasingly incongruous background to the fragments of fraught domestic life he can only share through his binocular Somehow, despite the barrier of hatred between them, he finds himself involved with his targets too involved. (SB)

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