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The Fox

Directed by: Ephraim Kishon
90 Minutes, 1978

Amitz Dolniker, an uptight Israeli politician has a heart attack in the middle of his speech. His doctor advices him to “go someplace quite, rest, and don’t make speeches”. His young assistant Immediately suggest they go to Switzerland, however Dolniker had taken a vow not to leave Israel unnecessarily, so he comes up with a different idea – going to a remote village where they have never heard of him. As they arrive, it turns out that not only the villagers have never heard of Dolniker, but they have also never heard of running water, electricity, phones, and most importantly: TV, Radio, and newspapers.

Credits

Director: Ephraim Kishon

Producer: Ephraim Kishon

Producer: Itzik Kol

Cast: Shaike Ophir

Cast: Seffy Rivlin

Cast: Zaharira Harifai

Cast: Ya’ackov Bodo

Cast: Mosko Alkalai

Cast: Shoshana Shani

Cast: Nitza Shaul

Cast: Gideon Singer

Cast: Shlomo Vishinsky

Cinematographer: David Gurfinkel

Film Editor: Hadassa Shani

Music Composer: Nurit Hirsch

Sound Mixer: Eli Yarkoni

Writer: Ephraim Kishon

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