Three Films by Raphaël Nadjari • 1h 35m
Nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, this taut drama set in a religious Jerusalem neighborhood bordering between a Hasidic zone and a non-religious area follows 16-year old Menachem Frenkel as he tests his independence - only to find conflict with his father, who wants to shape his son into a serious young man.
"The film gets under your skin, and stays with you." - The New York Times
Nominated for the Palme d'Or | Cannes Film Festival 2007
Grand Prize | Tokyo FILMeX 2007
Wolgin Award for Israeli Cinema | Jerusalem Film Festival 2007
Directed by Raphaël Nadjari
Hebrew (with English subtitles)
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