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  • Directed by: Amos Kollek Rating: TV-14
    Release Date: 1985 Running Time: 90 min
    Language: English Genre: Comedy
    Category: Feature    

    Julie Hagerty stars in this romantic comedy about a ditzy New Yorker who is devastated to learn that her husband has been unfaithful and impulsively decides to go to Paris to escape. When she consumes too many sedatives and oversleeps on the plane, missing her connection, she winds up in Tel Aviv, penniless and with no luggage or friends.

    After connecting with a cab driver and part-time soldier, she finds herself stranded on a kibbutz near the Golan Heights where she must learn to cope with a series of misadventures and a very unfamiliar lifestyle.

    Goodbye NY





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