The Bubble

2007

Director Eytan Fox made a splash in 2002 with Yossi and Jagger, about two gay Israeli soldiers, and his 2006 effort, The Bubble, offers a similarly contrarian view of contemporary Israel, built around a group of young Tel Aviv residents: Noam, a gay soldier who moonlights at a record shop; Yali, a gay restaurateur; Ashraf, aka Shimi, a gay Palestinian waiter; and the lone female, Lulu, a fashion designer. It's a sort of gay Israeli Friends inside a war zone -- a bubble existence. Complex and subtly presented, The Bubble is one of the best of the new wave of Israeli "we're-all-in-this-together" dramas (114 min.).

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