I Will Be an Israeli Policeman (Je Serai Policier Israelien)

16 Minutes, 1971
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Directed by: Alain Jakubowicz
Production:Buby Zerwaintzer
Production Company:Israel Film Service
Photographer: Amnon Salomon
Original Music: Israel Ben Basat
Language: French
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

A short promotional film produced by the Israel Film Service for the Ministry of Immigration and Absorption and the Jewish Agency, to recruit new immigrants to the Police.
The French-speaking film narrates the journey of Bernard Cohen, a recent immigrant from Paris who joins the ranks of the Israeli Police upon his arrival. It follows Bernard through his recruitment process at the police offices in Beit Shemesh, his language classes at the Ulpan, and his settling into his new home in Netanya. Once Bernard completes his studies at the Ulpan, he embarks on his professional training at the National Police School. There, alongside his fellow trainees, he engages in theoretical and practical studies and undergoes fitness and firearms training in preparation for his new role. The film also represents the various positions within the police force: traffic policeman, patrolman, criminal investigator, marine policeman, and even sketch artist for suspect identification purposes. At the end, Bernard proudly proclaims: “After completing all the steps, I am now an Israeli policeman!”.

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