South Wind on Hilton Beach
Historical Documentaries • 50m
This documentary reveals the history of surfing in Israel and creation of a Tel Aviv subculture, which turned its back on the Israeli nature and for a brief and special moment, became the leading youth trend in Israel. It is a film about being Israeli, and trying to escape from it.
This program may contain strong language. Viewer discretion is advised.
Language: Hebrew, English & Hebrew subtitles
Director: Karin Kainer
Producer: Liora Landau
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