Stationed

Direction
Year
2014
Country
  • Israel
Runtime
24min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

Ruthi is a soldier who serves in a small post inside Hebron, with a unit of combat soldiers. The movie Stationed is a short realistic story, about 3 days during a weekend at the post, when Ruthi realizes that she must give up her femininity in order to get along with the masculine, military system. When the reality in Hebron neither lets anyone to stick to his conscience, nor to his moral, she decides to stop hiding behind her deliberately bigger size uniform, in order to avoid others to stare, and behind the toughness she adopts to herself, and thus breaks the convention masculine silence at the post.

Details

  • Original Title
    Stationed
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Nitzan Zifrut
  • Cast
    Meital Gal Suisa, Yehuda Nahari, Kobi Cohen, Bar Peled, Boris Gorelik, Eyal Salama
  • Cinematography
    Omri Barzilai
  • Editing
    Ronny Feldman
  • Sound
    Nir Aviam
  • Runtime
    24 min (16-30 min.)
  • Year
    2014
  • Country
    • Israel
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Festivals
    • Haifa Film Festival
    • Locarno Film Festival - summer academy
    • San Sebastian Film Festival
  • Awards
    • Cinema South Festival- Photography prize

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