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12th(2010)



The Heart of Amos Klein

Michal KRANOT, Uri KRANOT

  • Israel, The Netherlands, France, Denmark
  • 2008
  • 15min
  • 35mm
  • color
  • Animation

Best Independent Animation Award / Israel Animation Festival 2008
 Best Animation Award / Canarias Mediafest 2008

 


 Synopsis
 Amos Klein, an old imperialist who dreamed of building up the Israeli segregation barrier and made it come true after all, once had the time when he was young and genuine. Going back to 1956, we will see how he has changed to present day and interestingly, the last half century Amos Klein lived for Israel is reminiscent of that of Korea.


 

Program Note
 “Let me go back!” Amos Klein, an old imperialist who dreamed of building up the Israeli segregation barrier and made it come true after all, once had the time when he was young and genuine. Going back to 1956, we will see how he has changed to present day and interestingly, the last half century Amos Klein lived for Israel is reminiscent of that of Korea. He gets a new heart transplant eventually, but the time passed cannot be replaced. (Joon Yang KIM)

Director

  • Michal KRANOTMichal KRANOT

    Born in Jerusalem, Israel. They made Ducks (2004), God On Our Side (2005), Fallout (2003) and others. They are teaching animation at the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, Jerusalem, Israel and the Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark.

  • Uri KRANOTUri KRANOT

    Born in Jerusalem, Israel. They made Ducks (2004), God On Our Side (2005), Fallout (2003) and others. They are teaching animation at the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, Jerusalem, Israel and the Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark.

Credit

  • ProducerMichal KRANOT
  • Screenwriter Michal KRANOT, Uri KRANOT
  • Music Uri KRANOT
  • Sound Thomas Richard CHRISTENSEN, Bob KOMMER Sound Studio’s