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Af-Adom (Red Nose)

  • 50 mins
  • 40%
  • All Ages
  • Israel FlagILIsrael
  • 2011
  • Comedies
  • Documentaries
  • Dramas
  • Foreign

During 2008, under the barrage of Kassam rockets, a clown was wandering around the streets of the city of Shderot. The clown nurtured special relationships with an Ethiopian kid named Yaa'kov, who dreamed to study the clown's art, hoping it would help him to leave the city. The movie follows the clowns' attempts to teach Yaa'kov to become a street theater artist, in spite of the antagonism Yaa'kovs' friends developed towards him because of his new hobby, until the street theater show they created together. The movie deals with the friendship between a kid with a dream and a street theater artist who hangs onto hope, and with a man who did not remove his makeup and remained the last one to smile.