Anat Atzmon is an actress and singer who shot to fame in 1978 when she played Neely in Boaz Davidson’s cult film, Popsicle which was seen by over a million viewers in cinemas, kicking off a hugely successful film franchise and catapulting Atzmon to superstardom, virtually overnight. The following year, Atzmon was cast in Avi Nesher’s Dizengoff 99 (1979) which soon, also earned cult status. Highlights of her other film credits include: The Vulture (Yaky Yosha, 1981), Dead End Street (Yaky Yosha, 1982), Forced Testimony (Raphael Rebibo, 1984), Every Time we Say Goodbye (Moshé Mizrahi, 1986), Minotaur (Jonathan Tammuz, 1997), Not in Tel Aviv (Nony Geffen, 2012) and Amor (Raphael Rebibo, 2016). Alongside her film career, Atzmon has released a number of solo albums, and has appeared in countless plays at the Beersheba, Cameri, and Beit Lessin theatres. Her television credits include the series City Tower, Danny Hollywood, The Exchange Principle, HaTachana (‘the station’), and many more.
Atzmon is the daughter of actor Shmulik Atzon, and ex-wife of actor and director, Dan Turgeman.



Directed by Raphael Rebibo, 2016
Rental English subs.

86 min.

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