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Showdown at Lot’s Wife

Israel, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Halil Efrat

An unhappy family go on a day trip to the desert. The car is stolen and they must confront not only the thieves but their own perceptions and disillusionment with themselves and each other.

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