Billed as the first Israeli slasher film, "Rabies" wields a tart wit, several innovative twists on genre conventions and a heaping helping of bloody mayhem.
The part doesn't fit Patti LuPone like the glove Gypsy Rose Lee might peel off in a striptease.
A middle-aged couple's move to Israel becomes one "oy vey" after another in "Hello Goodbye," a cross-cultural comic falafel whose various ingredients fail to jell. Stars Fanny Ardant and Gerard…
Samuel Goldwyn Films and Roadside Attractions have picked up North American rights to Israeli director Eytan Fox's political thriller about the humanization of a Mossad assassin, "Walk on Water," the…
Berlinale Panorama-opener "Walk on Water" attempts the miraculous but achieves the adequate. Helmer Eytan Fox probes themes that bubbled up nicely in his sophomore effort, the Israeli Army closet…
As wrenching as it is funny, "Late Marriage" is a portrait of family pressure. Tale of a 31-year-old student is marbled with laugh-out-loud situations. Dover Kosashvili's debut also features one of…
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