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Three generations of fathers and sons seek reconciliation on a spontaneous trip from Israel to Brazil for the World Cup. Traveling by a vintage motorhome while mending their fraught relationships, the trio’s sometimes rocky journey reveals invaluable life lessons and long-buried secrets.
Languages: Hebrew, English & Portuguese, English subtitles
Director: Jorge Gurvich
Producers: Gal Greenspan, Roi Kurland, Rodrigo Letier, Roberto Berliner, Marcelo Ludwig Maia, Moshe Edery, Leon Edery
Starring: Camila Amado, Wilmar Amaral, Rom Barnea
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