, 2010, 90min
: Aharon Keshales, Navot Papushado
Lior Ashkenazi, Ania Bukstein, Danny Geva, Yael Grobglas, Henry David, Ran Danker, Liat Harlev, Yaron Motola, Menashe Noy, Ofer
In the context of the traditional excursions to countries that were not among the main destinations to which the turning interested viewers of pulp genres, this year we head to Israel. Debuting directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado their shared enterprise was conceived as a contribution to the current trend scenáristicky thoughtful genre hybrids, which celebrates the achievements of the genre film festivals and possibly even open the door to Hollywood. The premise will be, horror fans more than familiar: a Group of adolescents consists of two girls and two young men, among whom we can feel mutual sexual tension during the trip on the trip a wrong turn and subsequently gets stuck at the point of no return. In the local woods even raging and ominous impenetrable assassin, whose specialty is that he catches people into the booby traps. But all the familiar certainties end. The narrative dodges the towards thriller, other times more to the exploitation and occasionally wiped with a social critique or a humorous exaggeration. The story entangled the other characters and constantly changing the positions of the prey and the hunter. Rabies is mainly due to the elaborate and dramaturgically precise gradujícím scenario, which to maliciously subverts genre cliches and viewer expectations. "The first israeli slasher" probably won't take off the boom genre of the spectacle in the Middle east, but as a psychologically tinged thriller, soaked a fair amount of blood and thickened, tense atmosphere, to show, that quality and well thought out slasher flicks aren't just the domain of the West.