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Field Trip

Israel, 1993 (MIFF 1994, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Adva Magal, Eyal Benbensity

Yael and Natalie run away from their annual school excursion in search of adventure. Their runaway adventure eventuates as more than they had intended. How will they deal with guilt? What will they do now?
- Prizes, Special Honorary Directing Mention, Israel Annual Short Film Competition

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