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The Other Cheek

Israel, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Yuval Zafrir

A young boy, Daniel, rushes to school to meet up with his girlfriend, Maly. Unfortunately, he is confronted by Maly's older brother, Ronen, who has his own grievances with Daniel. Daniel solves his dilemma in an ingenious manner.

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