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A ten-year-old Israeli boy whose father died years earlier during the Six-Day-War is determined to find out more about his father's death. He skips school and, with the help of a friendly cab driver, heads to Jerusalem to find the men who fought with his father's unit and learn the exact circumstances. During the drive from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the cabbie provides a history of the establishment of the Jewish state

  1. James F. Collier

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  2. Ephraim Kishon

    Writer

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  1. Brandon Cruz

    Brandon Cruz

    David

  2. Melvyn Douglas

    Melvyn Douglas

    Grandfather

  3. Claire Bloom

    Claire Bloom

    Hannah

  4. Chaim Topol

    Chaim Topol

    Chaim

  5. Shmuel Segal

    Shmuel Segal

    Itzak Cohen

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The Going Up of David Lev

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  • April 25, 1973
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 30m

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