"This quest to unravel the fate of Mo'in Halabi, an Israeli Druze soldier missing in action since the battle for the Syrian Mount Hermon in October 1973, is a fascinating story of bereavement and mysticism that plumbs the depths of the belief in reincarnation as it unfolds in the theater of the war between Israel, Syria and the Palestinians" -- Container.
"Based on the true story of director Ari Folman, an Israeli army veteran who realises he can remember nothing of the 1982 Lebanon War in which he fought, the film charts his journey to uncover the secrets of the past." -- Container.
"Operation 'Cast Lead' in Gaza wasn't covered by the media due to military embargo. For the first time Israeli soldiers who took part in the battle come forward."--Opening frames. "Ten soldiers and officers, recently released from service, sat in front of a camera with their faces revealed. These soldiers, in their very unique way, have created a narrative of an unknown war."--Container.
Kedar, Nurit - Bitton, Yehuda - Leibovitch, Ophir - Ḳeren Maḳor Le-Sirṭe Ḳolnoʻa Ṿe-Ṭelevizyah - Ḳeren Le-Shiṿuk Sirṭe Teʻudah (israel) - Ruth Diskin Films (firm) - Israel and Judaica Section Video Collection (library of Congress)
"Dor, a handsome IDF soldier, returns home for a weekend after murdering a young Palestinian. Spending time with his family and friends, Dor finds himself doubting the ideas and values on which he was brought up"--Container.
During the 1948 War a young Holocaust survivor named Lolek arrives in Israel. Completely unfamiliar with his new surroundings and language, he finds himself assigned to an isolated desert post guarded by an overbearing commander.
"At the age of 28, I was drafted as a soldier in the Second Lebanon War. Instinctively, I grabbed my video camera. The documentary recalls the lack of justice in this unnecessary war and the loss of valuable lives. This was my personal earthquake and the nation's as a whole." The horrible story of the second Lebanon war as depicted by a reserve soldier's ...
In this musical, a group of soldiers is sent on vacation at a moshav. As they arrive at the mohsav the soldiers are recruited for difficult physical tasks, but not for long; they are each about to teach the moshav folks a lesson not to be forgotten--a visit to the military base, where they put the "moshavniks" through express boot camp.
Amir Kra, son of the director of this documentary, was twenty years old when he was killed in battle at the Dilaat Outpost in Lebanon's Security Zone in 1995. His mother sets out to learn more about her son whom she felt she never really knew. Her quest raises personal, ethical, and national questions that extend beyond Amir's own family.