The Other Side

15 Minutes, 1968
Short Film
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Directed by: Uri Zohar
Photographer: David Gurfinkel
Language: Hebrew
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An absurdist, experimental, avantgarde film about a group of wholly unrelated individuals who are standing together at the zebra crossing, waiting fro the light to change from red to green. Expect the light never does. Meanwhile, more and more people gather on the pavement and before long, the place becomes the scene of an emergent, classist society. The film was shot over 24 hours during which Ephraim Kishon let Uri Zohar borrow the set of his film, The Big Dig, which at the time was also in production over at United Studios of Israel (aka Herzliya Studios.)

ביקורת של נתן גרוס, על המשמר, 18.02.1972.

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