In Jerusalem

The dark side of the capital

The city is part of the cast at a thriller showing at the Jerusalem Film Festival.

Film Festival
Photo by: IDO BERLAD
If you’re going to make a dark thriller in any city in this fair country of ours, it’s got to be Tel Aviv, right? Wrong.

While the big city at the western end of Highway 1 has got everything going for it in the way of urban glitter, grime and sleaze, Benny Fredman begs to differ. He shot his contribution to this year’s Jerusalem Film Festival – which goes by the no-nonsense title of Suicide – in the festival’s host city.

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