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  • Directed by: Doron Tsabari Rating: TV-PG
    Release Date: 2010 Running Time: 85 min
    Language: Hebrew with English subtitles Genre: Documentary
    Category: Israel    

    The film that started it all. Both an inspiration and a facilitator for the current social movement taking hold in Israel, this film outlines the path to change. Not only a guide to the revolution, but a film about film and the power to change.

    Combining both documentary and fictional material, this unique film focuses on a film director and his producer and their struggle to restore the public in “public broadcasting.” Following the two protagonists over a period of seven years, we see their experience with corruption, inflexibility and deterioration against their quest to guarantee a new law that will ensure well-managed public broadcasting. The two central characters share a strong and unshakable belief in the power of film, and it is an almost religious belief that the revolution will indeed be televised.





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