Aftershock is a film about four soldiers -- Ehud, Haim, Omri and Haliva -- who served in the occupied territories during the first Palestinian intifada and were interviewed by Yariv Horowitz, who at the time had been given a mission by the IDF to make a film for the Educational Corps. The army hoped the film would boost morale in Nablus, but after they saw it they decided to censor it, for as soon as Horowitz turned on the camera, "Things were said that would get everyone into trouble." Over a decade later Horowitz decided he couldn't wait any longer. He had already been waiting for 12 years. So he decided to pick up his old videotape and camera and revisit his former comrades to make a film about them. This is it.
Nov 02, 2005, 04:11:19
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