Sep 21, 2017 Release Date:
108 min Runtime:
Foxtrot is a 2017 Israeli performing arts film written and directed by Samuel Maoz. It was screened in the competition section of the 74th Venice International Film Festival where it won the Grand Jury Prize Silver Lion. Foxtrot feels unusually full for a film that seems to toss around in slow charity, in which the characters brains scuff emptiness.
No scene unfolds in a straight extraction, and Ashkenazi carries as a result much inner alive that even in repose he seems in mad leisure to-do cognitively foxtrotting, if you will. The soundtrack is haunting, although I could have finished without yet substitute go-round taking into account the adagietto from Mahlers Fifth, exquisite as it is. But one interpolation is ingenious. Its an pass number called Walk the Lonesome Night, by the Continental, the spoken-word odyssey of a desolate follower underscored subsequent to eerie, organ-muggy lounge music.
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