GOOD MORNING ISRAEL
Good Morning Israel– After 10 Years
Ten years after the award-winning film “Good Morning Israel,” the director returns and examines what has changed in the lives of the boys from five different sectors in Israel, whom he filmed in their youth, in the first film. Through them one can understand what has changed in the Israeli society that they constitute.
- First prize for short Israeli film, Jerusalem Film Festival, Israel, 1986.
- Cited as excellent, The Israel Film Institute, Israel, 1986.
- Excellent director prize, for Short Films, United studios, Israel, 1986.
- Delta Film prize for excellent graduate, Beit Zvi School of Performing Arts, Israel, 1986.
Script and Directing: Amir Har-Gil
Production: Amir Har-Gil, Nachshon Axelrod
Editing: Avital Benakot
Photography: Ofer Yanov, Ofer Harari
Length: 42 minutes. Israel, 1995
“A fascinating film that gives a glimpse into the world of young people in Israel” (George Loebel, “The Recorder”, England).
“Har Gil returned to his” Good Morning Israel “children … One of the surprising things in the film is the similarity between the young men … It’s beautiful …” (Gil Hareven).
“Original film … complete, and the most mature of them all”. (Yehudit Orian)
“It has talent and a statement, a film that even has the buds of Milos Forman – this is Amir Har-Gil’s film.” (Shaul Shir Ran)
“A film that won the most love from viewers.” (Hagit Toch).