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SALLAH – Brace yourself for Sallah, a film that in 1964 put actor Topol in the permanent spotlight and made Israel a contender in world cinema. In 1949, a Middle Eastern Jewish family moves to a settlement camp in Israel The patriarch of the family discovers Israeli bureaucracy and socialist values and fights kibbutz leaders and government officials. This hilarious comical satire ran a record nine months in New York theatres and received the Film Distributors Award
Hebrew language, 110 minutes, Produced by Menahem Golan. Speaker: Charles Levy