By Indiewire | Indiewire February 26, 2014 at 11:02AM
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Tweetable Logline: Four young children who clash in a violent fight against two army deserters that made the mistake of seeking refuge in the kid’s camp.
Elevator Pitch: Four young kids who live in a village of military officers families, form a small gang. An old abandoned army base, located in the surrounding fields, turns into their camp. A war begins and most men are drafted. When the kids return to their camp they discover two soldiers who deserted their units, using their camp as a hideout. Ruthless struggle develops between the groups, and the soldiers, who sought refuge from the war outside, find themselves in another war, which turns to be as dangerous and bloody.
Producer: Tony Copti
Director: Yaniv Berman
Camera: Rami Katzav
Set Design: Yoel Herzberg
Sound: Michael Goorevich
Editor: Ziv Karshen
Online: Serg Bezrukoff
Make-up: Shiri Shamsha
Music: Gad Emile Zeitune
About the Production: As a child I used to play with my friends within the barriers of an abandoned military camp. That captivating place gave us the feeling of living in a wild world that we could rule. This tale is about the Israeli children, who grow up in a militant society, with war always in the background. These children come to know only aggressive solutions to their problems.
Current Status: Shooting is scheduled to July 2014. We seek for further funding to make the film bigger and better.
For more information and to support this project: Kickstarter Page