Shell-shocked, via student movies

Shell is one of a crop of impressive movies made by students of the Ma’aleh School of Television, Film & the Arts in Musrara.

January 18, 2016 10:03
“What Chases A Staff Sergeant”

“What Chases A Staff Sergeant”. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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The more we are exposed to the horrors of war and terrorism, on TV news and online, the more we tend to become inured to the emotional fallout of violence, unless, of course, we are unfortunate enough to be directly involved.

One of several salient points made by Hagai Adorian in his moving documentary Shell is that anyone who takes part in a military confrontation comes out of it with some psychological baggage to contend with.


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