Blue White Collar Criminal (2004)

  |  Documentary, Drama

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Eitan Kalish is a fictitious character of a student documentary film. A small -time friendly ecstasy deal he sets up unexpectedly goes to distance, when the Israeli Defense Forces are ... See full summary »


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29 June 2005 | michael_palin
| A fictive documentary about left-wing raves, attempts of selling of xtc, and a flight to Prague.
This movie is a fictive comic documentary about Eitan Kalish. The creators of the film are students of the Sam Spiegel school for film-making and television, and it is registered as the lowest-budget movie ever made in Israel. Eitan Kalish had just broke-up with his Czech girlfriend because she decided to return to Prague, and was afraid to live in a foreign country. Later he decides to fly there anyway, so he gather's money by selling ecstasy in left-wing rave (for non-Israelis: our country's left-wings aren't radicals or extreme socialists, they are simply burgua, mostly high-educated pacifists). The storyline doesn't take an important position in the movie, and there is more of a feeling of the individuality of each scene.

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Documentary | Drama


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20 May 2004



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