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Close to Home (film)

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Close to Home (film)

Close to Home
theatrical release poster
Directed by Dalia Hager
Vidi Bilu
Starring Smadar Sayar
Naama Schendar
Irit Suki
Katia Zimbris
Release dates 2005
Running time 90 minutes
Country Israel
Language Hebrew

Close to Home (Karov la bayit) is a 2005 Israeli movie directed by Dalia Hager and Vidi Bilu, and starring Smadar Sayar and Naama Schedar. It is the first film about the experience of female soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces.

Smadar (Sayar) and Mirit (Schendar), both 18 years old, are assigned to patrol the streets of Jerusalem together as part of their military service. Worlds apart in their personality, their initial frosty relationship becomes a friendship as they deal with their own emotional issues, the crushes and break-ups in their love lives, as well as the political realities of the city in which they live.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Distributors' synopsis". 

External links

  • Close to Home at the Internet Movie Database
  • UK distributor Soda Pictures
  • Official UK Myspace
  • Close to Home - Karov Labait


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