Guy Amir, Hanan Savyon | Comedy | Israel, 2019 | Hebrew w/English subtitles | 104m | R
Virtual Screening: Monday, March 28 – Sunday, April 10
Film: A robbery gone wrong sends two men down drastically different paths in this poignant, zany mix of comedy, caper, and compassion.
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A robbery gone wrong sends two men down drastically different paths. Recently released from prison, Shaul winds up in war-torn southern Israel but does not get the welcome home he expected. Meanwhile, his former partner-in-crime, Nissan, a newly Orthodox rabbi, seeks absolution for his tremendous guilt during the Days of Atonement between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The popular comedy writers/performers Guy Amir and Hanan Savyon (MAKTUB, SJFF 2018 Opening Night) can now add feature-film directing to their credits with this zany, comedic crime-caper about compassion set near the Gaza border.
Co-director/writers/actors Guy Amir and Hanan Savyon are passionate and prolific storytellers. In the last 10 years together, they penned over 280 television episodes for seven Israeli TV series as co-creators, co-writers, and co-stars. The collaborators are best known for the Israeli blockbuster MAKTUB (SJFF 2018 Opening Night Film). Amir also appeared in Steven Spielberg’s MUNICH (2005). View Amir on IMDB and Savyon on IMDB
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