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Masters

Foxtrot Foxtrot

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Masters | Masters | Samuel MAOZ | Israel | 2017 | 114min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Samuel MAOZ Screenplay Samuel MAOZ Producer Michael WEBER, Viola FUGEN, Eitan MANSURI, Cedomir KOLAR, Marc BASCHET, Michel MERKT Cinematography Giora BEJACH Art Director Arad SAWAT Editor Arik LAHAV-LEIBOVICH, Guy NEMESH Sound Alex CLAUDE Music Alex CLAUDE Cast Lior ASHKENAZI, Sarah ADLER, Shiray

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
301 2018. 05. 06 10:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15GV
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612 2018. 05. 09 11:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4
HEK15GV
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828 2018. 05. 11 15:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
HEK15
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  • Review

    Daphna and Michael as a couple, someone knocks on their door. Soldiers inform Daphna that his son Jonathan died in military service and confirm the same fact to her husband Michael. The information about the son´s death immediately defines the direction of the story that follows. Mourning and consolation. Why did Jonathan die? The parents are frustrated, and the cause of death gradually becomes clear.[#i_] Foxtrot [_i#]is Samuel Maoz´s second feature film after [#i_]Lebanon[_i#](2009). With only two films, Maoz is a great visual artist. In the elaborate audio-visual images, he presents the tension of the story, the alarm for a meaningless tragedy, and express the emotion of sorrow and anger. [#i_]Foxtrot[_i#] blends a monotonous realism with images that evoke the process of cinematic thinking and maximizes the function of structure and signification. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Samuel MAOZ

Born in 1962, Tel Aviv. At 13, he received a 8mm movie camera and a roll of film, by 18, he had already made dozens of films. In 1987 he completed his cinema studies, but it took him 20 years more to finally create his first feature film, Lebanon(2009). He won the Golden Lion Award in Venice for Lebanon. Eight years later he wrote and directed his second film, Foxtrot.