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Author: Joseph CedarMichaela EshetHani FurstenbergMoshe IvgyDavid MandilAll authors
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Film Movement, 2005.
Series: New world cinema: independent features & shorts, 1990-present
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : HebrewView all editions and formats
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The year is 1981. Rachel Gerlik a 42-year-old widow, mother of two beautiful teenage daughters, Esti and Tami, wants to join the founding group of a new religious settlement in the West Bank. The problem is that the acceptance committee won't accept her unless she remarries and proves that she and her daughters can meet the group's religious and ideological standards. When Tami, her youngest daughter, is accused of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction films
Drama
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Cedar; Michaela Eshet; Hani Furstenberg; Moshe Ivgy; David Mandil; Eyal Shiray
OCLC Number: 823748315
Language Note: This edition in Hebrew with English subtitles.
Notes: Country of origin: Israel.
Title from resource description page (viewed Nov. 7, 2012).
Awards: Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Actor
Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Actress
Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Art Direction
Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Cinematography
Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Costume Design
Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Music
Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Sound
Nominated 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Supporting Actor
Nominated 2004 Chicago International Film Festival Gold Hugo Award
Won 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Director
Won 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Editing
Won 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Film
Won 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Screenplay
Won 2004 Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Best Supporting Actress
Won 2004 Berlin International Film Festival Don Quixote Award, Special Mention
Won 2004 Chicago International Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize
Description: 1 online resource (92 min.).
Series Title: New world cinema: independent features & shorts, 1990-present

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The year is 1981. Rachel Gerlik a 42-year-old widow, mother of two beautiful teenage daughters, Esti and Tami, wants to join the founding group of a new religious settlement in the West Bank. The problem is that the acceptance committee won't accept her unless she remarries and proves that she and her daughters can meet the group's religious and ideological standards. When Tami, her youngest daughter, is accused of seducing some boys from her youth movement, Rachel is forced to weigh her alliances. Only Yossi, a 50 year-old bachelor, and the new man in Rachel's life, can show Rachel that living as an outcast is not as bad as it seems. From the director of Time of Favor (winner of six Israeli Academy Awards including Best Picture 2000), comes Campfire, a story of one woman's personal battle, but also a portrait of a political movement that has forever effected millions of lives in the Middle East.

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