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"Yom Yom"
1998
Directed by Amos Gitai

The second film in Amos Gitai's celebrated trilogy (Devarim, Kadosh) about contemporary Israeli cities, Yom Yom is set in the bustling, ethnically diverse port city of Haifa. Moshe Ivgi (Munich) stars as a listless young man whose Jewish mother (Hanna Maron) and Arab father (Yussef Abu Warda) are under intense pressure to sell their family bakery to an Israeli developer. When Moshe's father balks at the deal, Moshe is forced to reconcile his mixed ancestry even while his own marriage crumbles. "A darkly comic tale. Gitai's genius is to show the conflict infiltrating every encounter, from the market place to the bedroom," (Leslie Camhi, The Village Voice). Hebrew with English subtitles. 105 minutes.


 


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