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The Green Line

Judith Kahana grew up on the Samaria hills. She was considered a classic “Hill Top” girl: she participated in the resistance movement against the evacuation of Gush Katif, took part in the settlement efforts and was part of a movement of young people, for whom this land was sacred and priceless. But as she matured, something inside her broke and her feelings towards this land of bloodshed became more ambivalent. Judith sets out on a journey to find some answers to the questions that were bothering her: she confronts her mother, who had hoped that her daughter would continue in the path paved for her; she re-examines some of the religious leaders she so looked up to, and who had betrayed her. Torn between the land, calling her to stay, and this new inner voice asking her to leave, she sets out to find a new home.

Director: Yehudit Kahana

Producer: Yehudit Kahana

Cinematographer: Adi Mozes, Inbar Klingel

Editor: Sharon Yaish

Soundtrack Editor: Michael Goorevich

Original Soundtrack: Sharon Rise

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Yes Docu, The Israel Lottery Council For Culture & Arts

Musicians: Oded Setter, Harel Haddad, Ayala Yaffe

Colourist: Peleg Levi

Visual Effects: Michael Goorevich

Script: Yehudit Kahana, Sharon Yaish

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: לכי לך

Judith Kahana grew up on the Samaria hills. She was considered a classic “Hill Top” girl: she participated in the resistance movement against the evacuation of Gush Katif, took part in the settlement efforts and was part of a movement of young people, for whom this land was sacred and priceless. But as she matured, something inside her broke and her feelings towards this land of bloodshed became more ambivalent. Judith sets out on a journey to find some answers to the questions that were bothering her: she confronts her mother, who had hoped that her daughter would continue in the path paved for her; she re-examines some of the religious leaders she so looked up to, and who had betrayed her. Torn between the land, calling her to stay, and this new inner voice asking her to leave, she sets out to find a new home.

 

Director: Yehudit Kahana

Producer: Yehudit Kahana

Cinematographer: Adi Mozes, Inbar Klingel

Editor: Sharon Yaish

Soundtrack Editor: Michael Goorevich

Original Soundtrack: Sharon Rise

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Yes Docu, The Israel Lottery Council For Culture & Arts

Musicians: Oded Setter, Harel Haddad, Ayala Yaffe

Colourist: Peleg Levi

Visual Effects: Michael Goorevich

Script: Yehudit Kahana, Sharon Yaish

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: לכי לך

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