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Ever Shot Anyone?

Thirty-two days in the bunkers, positions, patrol vehicles and barracks with a group of reservists stationed along the Syrian border on the Golan Heights. Gradually, and not without difficulties, they open up to this woman who suddenly “invades” their world, and provide fascinating insights into the world of a group of 35-45 year old men: how they view male identity, friendship, family and what women really mean to them. Here is an amusing look at Israeli male society as seen from a totally unfamiliar perspective – the perspective of a woman.

Festivals and Awards:

Leipzig Film Festival, Germany, 1996; Paris Film Festival, France, 1996; Colombia Film Festival, 1996; Barcelona Film Festival, Spain, 1996; Hong Kong Film Festival, 1996; Input (International Public Television Conference), 1996; Israefest, New York, USA, 1996; Femina, Germany, 1996; Jewish Cinema, Washington, USA, 1996; London Film Festival, UK, 1997

Director: Michal Aviad

Producer: Amit Goren

Cinematographer: Ron Katzenelson

Editor: Tali Halter-Shenkar

Original Soundtrack: Doron Shenkar

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Channel 1 - Israel Broadcast Authority, The Israel Film Center of the Ministry of Industry and Trade

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: ירית פעם במישהו?

Thirty-two days in the bunkers, positions, patrol vehicles and barracks with a group of reservists stationed along the Syrian border on the Golan Heights. Gradually, and not without difficulties, they open up to this woman who suddenly “invades” their world, and provide fascinating insights into the world of a group of 35-45 year old men: how they view male identity, friendship, family and what women really mean to them. Here is an amusing look at Israeli male society as seen from a totally unfamiliar perspective – the perspective of a woman.

Festivals and Awards:

Leipzig Film Festival, Germany, 1996; Paris Film Festival, France, 1996; Colombia Film Festival, 1996; Barcelona Film Festival, Spain, 1996; Hong Kong Film Festival, 1996; Input (International Public Television Conference), 1996; Israefest, New York, USA, 1996; Femina, Germany, 1996; Jewish Cinema, Washington, USA, 1996; London Film Festival, UK, 1997

Director: Michal Aviad

Producer: Amit Goren

Cinematographer: Ron Katzenelson

Editor: Tali Halter-Shenkar

Original Soundtrack: Doron Shenkar

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Channel 1 - Israel Broadcast Authority, The Israel Film Center of the Ministry of Industry and Trade

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: ירית פעם במישהו?

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