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by Amos Kollek


Moshe is at his wit’s end. All of the modest projects he has been working on in New York just don’t do the trick any more. Twenty years ago, Moshe was a moderately successful novelist in Israel. Much to his disappointment his work did not find the acclaim he believed it deserved. And when his son was born he began to succumb to the feeling of being caught in a trap. Disappointed, he left the country for America in search of fame and fortune. He never gave a single thought to what he was leaving behind. Tzach is a soldier in an elite unit of the Israeli Army. He is a daredevil, who deliberately takes risks – as if there were some inner wound he needed to overcome. And then, one day, his mother dies, and the young man who grew up without a father discovers among his mother’s papers the address of the man who gave him life. All at once, the anger that has simmered inside during all those years breaks out, and Tzach decides to contact him.

international title: Restless
original title: Restless
country: France, Israel, Germany, Canada, Belgium
sales agent: Global Screen GmbH (a brand of Telepool GmbH)
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Amos Kollek
screenplay: Amos Kollek
cast: Karen Young, Phyllis Somerville, Moshe Ivgy, Ran Danker, Michael Moshonov, Arnon Zadok
cinematography by: Virginie Saint-Martin
film editing: Isaac Sehayek
art director: John Meighen
costumes designer: Janet Campbell
producer: Michael Tapuah, Talia Kleinhendler
production: Liaison cinématographique, Twenty Twenty Vision, Paradise Films, Hamon Hafakot, Pie Films (IL), Amérique Film (CA)
backing: CNC - Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel, Communauté française de Belgique
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