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GOLDEN VOICES

by Evgeny Ruman

synopsis

Victor and Raya Frenkel were the golden voices of the Soviet film dubbing for decades. All the western movies that reached Soviet screens were dubbed by them. In 1990, with the collapse of Soviet Union, the Frenkels decided to do Aliyah - immigrate to Israel, just like hundreds of thousands of Soviet Jews. There's no need in Israel for Russian speaking dubbing artists, and Victor's and Raya's attempts to use their talent will cause bizarre and unexpected events during their first months in Israel, and turn the beginning of the new chapter of their life into an amusing, painful, and absurd experience.

international title: Golden Voices
original title: Kolot Reka'a
country: Israel
sales agent: Intramovies
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Evgeny Ruman
film run: 88'
screenplay: Ziv Berkovich, Evgeny Ruman
cast: Maria Belkin, Vladimir Friedman, Evelin Hagoel, Uri Ran Klauzner, Alexander Senderovich
cinematography by: Ziv Berkovich
film editing: Evgeny Ruman
art director: Sandra Gutman
costumes designer: Rona Doron
music: Asher Goldschmidt
producer: Leon Edery, Moshe Edery, Eitan Evan, Tami Leon, Chilik Michaeli, Avraham Pirchi
line producer: Michal Wintroib
production: United Channel Movies (IL)
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