June Zero

Karlovy Vary IFF
Gala Screening
Jerusalem IFF
Israeli Competition
Deauville American FF
Official Selection

June Zero

A Film by Jake Paltrow

2022 - USA/Israel - Drama - 1.66 - 105 min.

with Noam Ovadia , Tzahi Grad , Yoav Levi , Tom Hagi , Joy Rieger , Ami Smolarchik , Rotem Kainan , Adam Gabai & Koby Aderet

Language: Hebrew
Produced by David Silber , Miranda Bailey & Oren Moverman

In 1962, the world witnesses the execution of Adolf Eichmann in an emotional public trial. And in Israel, 3 characters are intimately involved in this historical, nation-defining event.

Karlovy Vary IFF
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Israeli Competition
Deauville American FF
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