A 1964 Israeli satire in Hebrew with English subtitles
This sharp, often hilarious satire is about new Yemenite immigrants Sallah (Topol) and his family, who are forced to move to a government settlement camp. This hilarious portrayal of immigrants in Israel won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Film, putting Israel on the international film stage for the first time.
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