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Long Night's Journey into Day

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Synopsis

Long Night's Journey into Day is a disturbing documentary about the poignant grief expressed by the youth of Israel, who, after all, will be the next generation of soldiers; of their love for Rabin, who they knew was determined to end all wars in the Middle East forever, and their creation of a secular Wailing Wall via graffiti, in Kikar Rabin - as well as a look at the furious shift in Israeli thinking after the four Hamas bombs in February to March (Jerusalem, Ashqelon and Tel Aviv), which Carol Gould experienced first-hand. By May the populace - even the youth - wanted all-out war, and some wanted the death of Shimon Peres.

Details

Year
1998
Type of film
Features
Running Time
115 mins
Format
VHS, Beta SP
Director
Carol Gould
Producer
Carol Gould,
Director of Photography
Nissan Mofkadi, Guy Livneh, Haggai Masur, Alex Ben-Raf and Carol Gould
Screen Writer
Carol Gould
Directors of Photography
Nissan Mofkadi, Guy Livneh, Haggai Masur, Alex Ben-Raf and Carol Gould

Production Company

Carol Gould Productions plc
9 Cedric Chambers
Northwick Close
London NW8 8JH
Tel: 020 7266 1953
Fax: 020 7266 1954
E Mail: c.gould@btinternet.com

Sales
Company

Electric Sky Distribution
1 Chesham Street
London SW1X 8ND
Tel: 020 7245 1125 or 01444 881 022
Fax: 01444 881 140