Yoman Sadeh (Field Diary)(Journal de campagne)
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Yoman Sadeh (Field Diary)(Journal de campagne)
In spite of difficulties posed by soldiers, officials, and other authorities who tried to stop him from filming, director Amos Gitai stubbornly forged ahead with this documentary on the Israeli occupied areas of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Life in these regions is shown in all its variety, from the Israeli soldiers who mainly support the occupation (one does suggest the land should be returned to the Palestinians), to the markets and towns bustling with activity, to the farmers at work. There is also an interview with a mayor who was permanently disabled in a bomb blast, and overall, an… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The film was not well-received in Israel and Gitai as a result had a forced ten-year exile from his homeland."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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