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INFILTRATION

by Dover Kosashvili

synopsis

The film takes place in the early 1950s, a few years after the War of Independence and the establishment of the State. Immigration to Israel is at its peak, transit camps are scattered throughout the country, there is poverty and rationing. Security is unstable with Fedayin terrorist attacks and IDF retaliation. Unit 101 is at the height of its glory. This is the story of one platoon at training base 4, a 3-month boot camp for non-combatants, which begins during the hot summer days, through the high holidays and ends in winter.

international title: Infiltration
original title: Hitganvut Yechidim
country: Israel, France
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Dover Kosashvili
film run: 116'
release date: FR 25/05/2011
screenplay: Dover Kosashvili, Reuven Hecker
cast: Gay Adler, Oz Zehavi, Assaf Ben Shimon, Liel Denir, Michael Aloni
cinematography by: Amnon Salomon
film editing: Yael Perlov
art director: Avi Fahima
music: Josef Bardanashvili
producer: Marek Rozenbaum, Itai Tamir, Michel Zana, Sophie Dulac
production: Sophie Dulac Productions, Transfax Films/Tel Aviv
distributor: Sophie Dulac Distribution
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