Red Cow

Berlinale 2018

Red Cow

A Film by Tsivia Barkai

2018 - Israel - Drama - 90 min.

with Avigail Kovari , Gal Toren & Moran Rosenblatt

Language: Hebrew
Produced by Itai Tamir

Red Cow takes place in the days leading up to the assassination of Rabin and depicts the life of Benny, 16, orphaned from mother at birth and the only child of Joshua - a religious, right-wing extremist, in those critical junctures when she is forming her sexual, religious and political awareness.

Berlinale 2018

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