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Hole in the Moon

A new immigrant, Tzelnik, arrives at the port of Jaffa. He goes to live in the Negev desert where he opens a kiosk in the middle of nowhere. Mizrachi comes along and opens a competing ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Release: 1964
  • Language: Hebrew
  • IMDB link: Hole in the Moon
  • Keywords: satire,  

. . Mizrachi comes along and opens a competing . He goes to live in the Negev desert where he opens a kiosk in the middle of nowhere. A new immigrant, Tzelnik, arrives at the port of Jaffa

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Alla C (ag)

t was awesome also. good comedy


Isaiah H (jp)

Amazing, Brilliant and by far the most heartbreaking film in cinema history


Jack S (fr)

Kung-fooie at it's finest


Joshua L (nl)

Interesting movie. This was actually a genius idea. Had a good story, Cage is dope in it playing a character who suffers from early stages of dementia. Decent movie


Julien G (de)

Innovant et rare. Des acteurs americains interpretant des soldats allemands pendant la Seconde Mondiale


Lanny C (es)

ecent acting is made up with action and the film is a must see!. Interesting film, with a great plot


Liam P (jp)

And to be fair that's exactly what he got, for better or worse. But rather it paints a heartfelt, funny and compelling story about a man desperate to be remembered as a director of the art of cinema. It could have easily done a cheap deprecating trash piece on Ed Wood and his legacy. Ed Wood is one of the best films about film making ever made. As odd, bizarre and fascinating as the man who inspired it


Nick C (es)

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Private U (fr)

Because of the classical music setlist they had. I think I was 12 years old when I saw this movie, myself was a learning guitar player and this movie captured me. Shirley is amazing in her role as a piano teacher. I love this movie


Thoughtsofashy T (kr)

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