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Title
Seraḳ, seraḳ Seraḳ, seraḳ
‏סרק, סרק‏ ‏סרק, סרק‏
Type
Moving Image
Subject
Prime ministers--Assassination--Israel--Drama.
Israel. Sherut ha-biṭaḥon ha-kelali--Drama.
Israel--Politics and government--1993---Drama.
Feature films--Israel.
Genre Form
Video recordings
video recordings
videorecording
‏[videorecording] /‏
Motion pictures, Israeli.
Motion pictures, Spanish.
DVD-Video discs
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Language
Hebrew
Hebrew
original (heb)
subtitles or captions (eng)
subtitles or captions (heb)
In Hebrew; optional subtitles in Hebrew and English; title screen and opening and closing credits chiefly in English
Geographic Coverage
Israel
Identified By
Lccn: 2013458358
Color Content
multicolored
Note
Includes translation
Summary
"This ... movie is set in the months leading up to the disengagement from the Gaza strip in 2005. Israel fears an assassination attempt on Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's life by [right] wing extremist groups. Amid all the threats, the Prime Minister insists on speaking at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony. The GSS headed by Amos Snir, still in trauma from the late PM Yitzchak Rabin's murder, has 60 hours to prevent the assassination. [Snir] puts together a special 3 manned task force team to build a profile on the murderer to try and find him before it is too late."--Israel-Catalog.com.
Duration
96
Authorized Access Point
Bouzaglo, Haim. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Authorized Access Point Variant
Nappe, Menachem. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Akerman, David. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Simon, Paul. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Hamama, Yaniv. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Lavi, Amos. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Amsalem, Raimond, 1978- Seraḳ, seraḳ
Levo, Liron. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Oró, Xavier. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Solórzano, Pep. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Israel Film Fund. Seraḳ, seraḳ
TV3 (Television station : Barcelona, Spain) Seraḳ, seraḳ
Zeppelins Integrals Produccions S.L. Seraḳ, seraḳ
Lunatique Films. 4 pro Seraḳ, seraḳ
NMC United Entertainment (Firm) Seraḳ, seraḳ
Israel and Judaica Section Video Collection (Library of Congress) Seraḳ, seraḳ