Waltz with Bashir

Waltz with Bashir is the tale of Ari Folman and his journey to try and remember the time around 1982, and this involvement in the Lebanon War, which he can’t remember. Slowly he puts the pieces together as he talks with old friends who there with him in the war.

I had the opportunity to see Waltz with Bashir last week and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It picked up the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film already, and is also nominated for an Academy Award as well. I mostly went to see it because of the involvement of the Hanuka brothers, Tomer and Asaf. Asaf recently posted some of the backgrounds to the film on their blog, which you can see above. to check out more of these, click here.


2 Comments Waltz with Bashir

  1. r0udy February 5, 2009 at 1:19 AM

    Awesome movie ; to me it ws simply the best one to come up in 2008. Everybody should see it even with the Hanuka’s involvement apart, it’s moving and thrilling.

    What did you think of the method they used at the end, Bobby ?

  2. James February 5, 2009 at 3:11 AM

    Why is your website so flakey, I can only access your domain like 40% of the time? Seems like horrendous uptime really.

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