Reviewed by jeteli
on 26/07/2016 15:26

Am impressed with Ohad Knoller! There's an uncanny knack to draw emotion from within but in a controlled manner. He doesn't go about with excessive movements and all but it's his facial expressions and eyes that work up a ton to deliver emotionally-charged scenes!  You can actually feel the loneliness in him and the overflowing mix of feelings that's about to spill from his inner self any minute. That scene with the mother of a soldier who was  killed in Lebanon, clearly someone so close to him, is very affecting. An impressive actor touted as a chameleon for his effortless ability switch from any role with ease, Knoller deserves to be see in mainstream films more.  This collaboration with director Eytan Fox is commendable and a stand-out1