Previously at the ICA - Films
15 Nov 2009
Unexpectedly drafted as a reservist in the Second Lebanon War, Tel Aviv film school graduate Yariv Mozer made a casual decision to take his video camera along. The resulting film offers an extraordinary insight into the campaign against Hezbollah, and rarer still, into compulsory army service in Israel during active conflict. Mozer’s focus quickly becomes the fury and frustration felt in the ranks towards IDF top brass, who stand accused of epic mismanagement and lack of care for their troops.
Director Yariv Mozer will take part in a Q&A after the screening.
dir Yariv Mozer, Israel, 2008, 82 mins, Hebrew with English subtitles
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