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Etgar Keret

Features

Tuesday, February 10 2009

Urban Fairytales and Political Ghosts

With the setting shifting from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, recent Israeli films are showing an evolution in storytelling away from nationalism and war and towards the fantastic and the interiority of everyday life.


Reviews

Monday, May 14 2012

Brief and Bizarre Encounters Come Knocking In Etgar Keret's 'Suddenly, a Knock on the Door'

Etgar Keret’s satire may be local, but his ironies are global; this is a master storyteller, creating deep, tragic, funny, painful tales with scarcely more words than you’ve read in this review.


Tuesday, April 22 2008

Jellyfish (Meduzot)

Comprised of exquisite single images, Jellyfish achieves a fluidity that is both alluring and conventional.


Sunday, March 30 2008

The Girl on the Fridge by Etgar Keret

There’s no escaping the sinking suspicion that no matter how entertaining Keret’s goof can be for the short haul, he could (and probably should) do better.


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