Time of Favor

Time of Favor

Director: Joseph Cedar Cast: Aki Avni, Assi Dayan, Micha Selektar

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/10/2002
UPC: 0738329025229
Original Release: 2000
Rating: NR
Source: Kino Video
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:41:00
Sales rank: 79,804

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [3:22]
2. "The Spearhead" [6:33]
3. Rabbi and Daughter [8:05]
4. Shadows on the Wall [6:06]
5. "The Moral Shield" [5:52]
6. Choices [8:23]
7. For the Sake of God [6:46]
8. The Sacred and the Profane [8:03]
9. "My Decision Is Final" [7:48]
10. Company Commander [6:20]
11. Capture and Interrogation [6:36]
12. Out of Control [5:53]
13. "Menachem's Right" [3:13]
14. The Search for Pini [8:40]
15. Michal in the Middle [4:12]
16. "Go Home" [6:16]

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Time of Favor 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hesder is a brilliant movie which portrays the passions and difficulties of defending the land of Israel and of upholding the honor of true love. It potrays realistically the dilemmas that religious soldiers find contemporaneously in fulfilling the duties of Orthodox Jewish observance and in carrying out military service requirements, which often are at loggerheads.
Truth-Starved More than 1 year ago
An exceptional film. Done in a rather dark ambience symbolic, in my opinion, of the shadow religious intentions can cast upon all of life. The conflict between soldiers who are not religious and an Orthodox Jewish platoon in the Israeli military (IDF) forms the basis of the plot. There is a growing suspicion of the motives of a certain Rabbi who has been placing his students in high levels of Israeli society, and now in the military. Secular Israelis find this very problematic as these religious ideologues take key positions in society infecting them, if you will, with religious, indeed fanatical, motives and ambitions--a sure recipe for an apocalyptic outcome. But can it be stopped?