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Thumbnail for Waltz with Bashir (2008) Waltz with Bashir (2008)

Basics Critics:81Viewers:75Rusty:77
Category: Animated, Bio/History, Documentary, Drama, WarSub-Category: documentary film, war filmMain subject: 1982 Lebanon War, Sabra and Shatila massacre, amnesiaNarrative location: BeirutRuntime: 87 minutesColor: colorLanguage: HebrewCountry: Israel, France, Germany, United KingdomDirector: Ari FolmanScreenwriter: Ari FolmanMusic: Max RichterCinematography: Declan QuinnProducer: Ari FolmanStudio: Bridgit Folman Film Gang, Les Films d'ici, Razor Film, Arte France Cinéma, ITVSAwards won: César Award for Best Foreign Film
European Film Award for Best Composer (Max Richter)
Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Ophir Award for best feature film
Award nominations: Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
European Film Award for Best Director (Ari Folman)
European Film Award for Best Film (Arte France Cinéma, ITVS, Razor Film, Les Films d'ici, Ari Folman, Bridgit Folman Film Gang)
European Film Award for Best Screenwriter (Ari Folman)
Award details: (details at IMDb)

An Israeli film director interviews fellow veterans of the 1982 invasion of Lebanon to reconstruct his own memories of his term of service in that conflict.

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