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by Haim Bouzaglo


Everyday life in Israel during the "Intifada": suicide-attacks, distresses, tensions. A director must present a new theater play but he just can't write a line. His partner, a documentary filmmaker, is preparing the portrait of a former soldier who opened a trade but went into bankruptcy. This man is ruined, his wife has left home, his son got exiled to Australia. The director, desperate, believes that hiring a private detective to follow his wife is gonna put some salt in his life. Without knowing it, the detective becomes the real director of the play which is getting written step by step.

international title: Distorsion
original title: Distorsion
country: France, Israel
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Haim Bouzaglo
film run: 107'
release date: FR 29/11/2006
screenplay: Haim Bouzaglo
cast: Haim Bouzaglo, Smadar Kilchinsky, Amos Lavi, Dor Zweigenbom, Danny Rytenberg, Avi Gior, Tzufit Grant, Haim Zanati, Ziv Meir
cinematography by: Yoram Millo
film editing: Yaniv Adrian Amoday
art director: Edna Noema
costumes designer: Lisa Mamou
music: Shushan
producer: Haim Bouzaglo, Yoram Millo, Nelly Kasfsky, Lisa Benchikn-Peller, Zehava Lahav-Shekel
production: HB Productions, Mazel Productions
distributor: Sophie Dulac Distribution
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