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Systema

DIR: Ohad Milstein
2010 / Israel / 45 min

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Systema follows the Israeli Synchronized Swimming team, focusing on the dynamics between the individual and the group. Eva is a member of the team, who at the age of 6 immigrated with her family to Israel from the former Soviet Union. She struggles to find her place in the group while going through adolescence. At the age of 18 she is recruited to the Israeli army, where she will replace one set of rules - that of the swimming pool, with a bigger and stronger, national one – the Israeli military system. She exchanges her bathing cap and swimming suit with the military beret and uniform. The film's arena is the swimming pool which represents a world with its own unique set of rules. It is divided into two parts – the underwater, a world of poetics, abstract, and enigma. The sound is obscured, representing an inner world. The other part, above the water, contains strong, realistic, sharp set of rules, those that are held by Coach Lola.

About

Director Ohad Milstein
Screenplay Ohad Milstein
Dir. of Photography Ohad Milstein
Editing Ohad Milstein
Music Moty Frances
Sound Aviv Aldema
Duration 45 min
Year 2010
Country Israel
Colour Colour
Tags Near East, observational, sport, youth
Production
Distribution OHAD MILSTEIN
OHAD MILSTEIN
City:  Tel Aviv
Country:  Israel

Festivals

Premiered at Docaviv International ...

Premiered at Docaviv International Film Festival, Israel, May 2010


Camera Oko, Czech Republic, September 2010


Filmisreal Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 2011

Awards

Winner of The Israeli ...

Winner of The Israeli Best Documentary Award 2011, "Free-docs" Category.



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