A troubled family must face the facts when something goes terribly wrong at their son's desolate military post.
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There are elements of surrealism and slap-stick comedy in Maoz’s controversial follow-up to 'Lebanon'. From the moment Israeli soldiers knock on the Feldman’s door, bearing what can only be bad news, every single sequence is thrillingly unexpected. Derided as an “anti-Israel narrative” by the minister of culture Miri Regev (she hadn’t seen the film!), it was still Israel’s official Oscar entry.
This is a film from Israel with English sub-titles.