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Love Letters to Cinema is a collection of ten "letters" in the form of short films (4 minutes each), written and directed by ten outstanding Israeli directors. The films and the directors ... See full summary »
An Israeli historic situational comedy based around the famous Israeli Japanes restaurant "the raising sun empire". The owner of the restaurant shemesh-sama and his sidekick Sasi-san, and ... See full summary »
"kesef katlani", which is a combination of a soap opera and tense drama, was one of the best and most groundbreaking TV shows in Israel during the late 90's. for start, it was a high budget (120,000$ per episode), it was filmed like an American series, and the cast were all multi-celebs. the adventure stories of the two most rich and powerful families in Israel, and their companies - "Armer International" and "Diamond Corporation". sadly, when the show ended there were no reruns, and many fans and regular viewers got very disappointed because of this. some episodes were films outside of Israel, in places like South Africa, Hungary, Turkey, and even some scenes took place in Washington DC. all of that, gave "deadly fortune" the feeling of an international program. the show was aired in the US as well. i recommend this drama to everyone, it will surly entertain you.
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