DOCUMENTARY FILMS • 1h 25m
At 80 years of age, Colonel David Rokni is preparing to command a national ceremony for Israel's Independence Day. Just like in each of the last 30 years, he goes through an arduous series of training, routine formation, and foot drills for the traditional military parade, a job no other person is capable of. A week before the ceremony, disaster strikes unexpectedly.
This program may contain strong language, nudity, and/or violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
Language: Hebrew, English Subtitles
Executive Producer: Avi Weissblei
Producers: Avi Weissblei, Eliran Knoller
Directors: Avi Weissblei, Eliran Knoller
Editor & Co-Creator: Tamir Avidor
Cinematographer: Eliran Knoller
Script: Avi Weissblei, Tamir Avidor , Eliran Knoller
Sound Deisign and Mix: Erez Eyni Shavit (DB Studios)
Original Score: Amit Poznansky
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