First-Time Filmmaker Declares WAR

June 2014
Variety;6/3/2014, Vol. 324 Issue 4, p108
Trade Publication
The article discusses the work of the filmmaker Talya Lavie as of June 2014, focusing on the depiction of women soldiers in the Israeli military in the motion picture "Zero Motivation." Topics include conscription in the Israeli military, the characters in "Zero Motivation," and the depiction of the Israeli military in films such as "Waltz With Bashir."


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