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Infiltration (Hitganvut Yehidim) 2010 Israeli Movie
Award winner of the Israeli Film Academy for best cinematography! The movie takes place in 1950’s Israel in an army training camp for newly recruited soldiers from diverse socio-economic, religious and ethnic backgrounds. The situation serves as a melting pot that symbolizes Israel at the post independence war years.
The movie takes place in 1950’s Israel in an army training camp for newly recruited soldiers that are either physically or mentally unfit to serve in combat positions.
The platoon members are new immigrants from different geographic and ethnic backgrounds: holocaust survivors from Europe, north Africans, Ashkenazim and Mizrahyim, Kibbutz members, religious and secular all representing the huge melting pot that identifies this period in Israel’s history. No wonder that there are many conflicts. The two main figures, Alon (Oz Zehavi) who grew up in a Kibbutz and believes that he doesn’t belong to the platoon and soon he will be repositioned in a combat position and Avner (Gay Adler), from oriental decent couldn’t care less about serving in the army. He occupies himself in wining the love of a nice Ashkenazi girl names Ziva (Liel Danir) that symbolizes the upper class in Israel in that time.
- Director: Dover Koshashvili
- Writers: Yehoshua Kenaz, Reuven Hecker
- Awards of the Israeli Film Academy : Best Cinematography Amnon Salomon
- Language: Hebrew (English subtitles)
- Original Release date: November 2010
- Genre: Drama
- Media: DVD
- Runtime: 116 minuets
- System Requirements: PAL DVD Format