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09:35 (06/03/12) מירב שטרק

Tuesday 3.4.2012 (followed by a Gallery talk ) 7:30-9:30pm Where: Apthorpe Gallery, Arts Depot, North London, N12 0G Written and directed by: Uri GoldsteinProducer : Lea LevinCamera: Ram Lee-TalEditor: Patrick Hanna50 min This documentary poses the question if viewers would choose different life paths if given the opportunity, alongside the premise fate determines one's journeys while one's own nature dictates major life decisions. "Israel Trails" envisions an adventure enabling a return to one's beginning as if in a time tunnel, permitting the freedom of dependence on one's surroundings, while extricating the viewer from predictability based on societal norms, circumstances of time and economic necessities. This is a journey of personal choice rather than coincidence. With just knapsacks containing food, water and little clothing, the hikers restrict themselves to the country's natural habitat during the three month, 900 kilometer trek. The subjects find that the greater the exertion and deeper the experience they encounter; living necessitates less decision-making and the clearer their thoughts become. One stops only when tired, eat when hungry. Apart from the desert - where "guardian angels" seemingly provide water – survival is up to each individual. This film portrays the travails of hikers of varied ages, as they follow a trail stretching from the exalted heights of Mount Meron to the dusty cobwebs lacing the Zivon Stream in rediscovery of Israel’s natural landscape, from both macro and micro perspectives. clip of the film

 
 







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