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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Late Marriage cinematronic
  director

Dover Kosashvili

cast

Lior Ashkenazi, Ronit Elkabetz, Moni Moshonov, Lili Kosashvili

year

2001

rating rating cinematronic
  Although its setting is modern-day Israel, this effective, melancholy romantic dramedy is leagues away from suicide bombers, falling missiles and disputed settlements. The occupied territories at the crux of "Late Marriage" are those of the heart, and the film could be about any bachelor of any nationality, as long as his tradition-bound parents are insisting that he marry a girl from the right family. Zaza (Lior Ashkenazi) is a 31-year-old Tel Aviv grad student who is being pushed by his Russian émigré parents to find a suitable wife. The guy is good-looking, smart — and uninterested in any potential match, because he's already secretly involved with Judith, a gorgeous 34-year-old Moroccan divorcée with a small daughter. When he's finally forced to choose between familial obligation and true love, something's gotta give. Prudes, be advised: The sex scenes between Zaza and Judith are hot and realistic, lending credence to Zaza's willingness to disregard his parents' wishes.  
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