Shoot and Cry

Shoot and Cry

| 51 min
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This 1988 documentary explores the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The film presents the lives and encounters of two young men: Tal, an 18-year-old Israeli who is about to begin his military service, and Mohammed, a young Palestinian who works as a cook in an Israeli cafe frequented by Tal. Their discussions reveal two vastly different realities, underlining the complexity of the situation in the Middle East.

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  • director
    Helene Klodawsky
  • producer
    Mark Zannis
    Jean-Roch Marcotte
  • executive producer
    Barrie Howells
  • cinematography
    Pierre Letarte
  • sound
    Richard Besse
  • editing
    Liette Aubin
  • sound editing
    Paul Demers
    Jean-Pierre Viau
  • music
    Jean Derome
    René Lussier

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