The End

16 Minutes, 1969
Experimental Film
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Directed by: Yaki Yosha
Photographer: Nissim Kobo
Language: Hebrew
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Director, Yaky Yosha’s experimental short. A group of bored young Tel Avivians in late 1960s Israel leaf through some playboy magazines whilst contemplating the conceptual meaning of “an end.” The film is very much influenced by the US’s pop and psychedelia counterculture that dominated the end of that decade. Playing throughout most of the film is the voice of The Doors’ lead singer, Jim Morrison, singing the band’s song, The End.

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