Dark Night (2005 film)

Dark Night (also known as Layla Affel) is an Israeli short film directed by Leonid Prudovsky.

TitleEdit

The title refers to the song that in the dark night ride one of the Israeli soldiers is whistling. It is a tune of Russian war song Тёмная ночь (lit. Dark Night).

PlotEdit

In the dark night two young Israeli soldiers are on their ride control. When their car runs on explosive and Palestinian fighters are seeking for them. The soldiers hide into a house of a Palestinian couple and take house owner as hostages.

CrewEdit

The film stars: Eran Amichai, Johnny Arbid, Hanan Savyon, Pini Tavger, and Helena Yaralova.

Awards and festivalsEdit

AwardsEdit

Festivals (official selection)Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Jewish Motifs International Film Festival "Festival 2007: Awards", Jewish Motifs International Film Festival. Retrieved on 20 September 2012.
  2. ^ Palm Springs International Shortfest "Films DARK NIGHT (LAYLA AFEL)" Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine, Palm Springs International Shortfest. Retrieved on 20 September 2012.
  3. ^ Jewish Motifs International Film Festival "Festival 2007: Awards", Jewish Motifs International Film Festival. Retrieved on 20 September 2012.

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