Avenge But One Of My Two Eyes
Avenge But One Of My Two Eyes

Avenge But One Of My Two Eyes

A film by Avi Mograbi

From the myths of Samson and Massada, the younger Israeli generations learn that death is preferable to domination.
Today, as the second Intifada is raging, the Palestinians are constantly humiliated by the Israeli army – peasant are kept from ploughing their fields, children on their way back from school are stranded at checkpoints for hours, an old woman can't even go back homex Exhausted, these people voice their anger and despair – just as the Hebrews did with the Romans or Samson with the Philistines.
Israeli filmmaker Avi Mograbi still believes in the power of dialogue, with besieged Palestinians, and with omnipresent Israeli army officials.

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— director
Avi Mograbi
— producers
Avi Mograbi, Les Films d’Ici, Noga Communication, Channel 8, The New Israeli Foundation for Cinema & Television
— duration
100 min
— production year
2005
— release date france
October 30, 2005
— nationality
Israeli - French
— screenplay
Avi Mograbi
— genre
Documentary
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— coproducers
Channel 8 – Noga Communications - The New Israeli Foundation for Cinema & Television
— with the participation of
Centre National de la Cinématographie, The Israel Film Council, The Ministry of Education Culture & Sport
— format
1,85
— length
2858 m
— sound format
Dolby DTS
— cinematographer
Philippe Bellaïche, Avi Mograbi
— sound
Dominique Vieillard
— editing
Dominique Vieillard
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