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Beaufort (2007) (Blu-Ray) (*)
$21.99 $18.98

Original Title: Bufor
Alternate Title: Wzgorze Beaufort (Beau fort)
Screened, competed or awarded at:
Berlin International Film Festival
Oscar Academy Awards
Other Film Festival Awards

Language Selections:
English ( Subtitles )
Hebrew ( Dolby Digital 5.1 )
Hebrew ( Dolby DTS-HD Master Audio )

Product Origin/Format:
United Kingdom ( Blu-Ray/Region A/B/C )

Running Time:
125 min

Aspect Ratio:
Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1)

Special Features:
Anamorphic Widescreen
Behind the scenes
Deleted Scenes
Interactive Menu
Making Of
Photo Gallery
Scene Access

Movie filmed in 2007 and produced in:
Israel ( Africa, Middle East )

Directed By:
Joseph Cedar

Written By:
Joseph Cedar
Ron Leshem

Alon Aboutboul ..... Brigadier-General Kimchi, division commander
Adi Adouan ..... Himself
Yaakov Ahimeir ..... Himself
Guy Apriat ..... Pavel
Avi Ayoun ..... Lieutenant Liraz 'Erez' Librati, bunker commander
Itamar Barzani
Daniel Bednar
Alon Ben David
Moshe Ben Shushan
Yaniv Ben Yitzhak
Yoav Bertan
Avi Bitton
Daniel Brook
Roi Carmel
Oshri Cohen

Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2008, Beaufort tells the true story of Liraz Liberti (Oshri Cohen), a barely of age Israeli outpost commander, and his troops, who are left to defend the mythological 12th Century Crusader fort of Beaufort prior to Israel's pull out from Lebanon in 2000. Under a relentless aerial bombardment of Hezbollah rockets, Liraz's authority is challenged on both sides: by strained soldiers who increasingly become weary of their mission's purpose and uncooperative superiors. The agony ends when Liraz gets the final order to evacuate and the famed Beaufort outpost is blown to pieces with six tons of explosives - burning up the sky over Lebanon. Rather than deliver a political commentary on the Middle East, Beaufort offers a rare insight into the human reality behind the tough exterior shell of the Israeli Defence Force.

Beaufort may be, strictly speaking, a war movie, but for long stretches it feels more like science fiction. The small band of Israeli soldiers who are its main ? virtually its only ? characters inhabit a mountain outpost in southern Lebanon that might as well be a space station marooned in a hostile galaxy. The men spend most of their time inside its heavily fortified walls, trundling down coffin-shaped corridors in spacesuitlike combat gear and bracing for the next round of attacks from an invisible enemy. Their lives are governed by tedium, claustrophobia and anxiety, and yet they clearly feel something like affection for the bleak, isolated place that has become their home. Even if it does not entirely rise above cliché, "Beaufort" has an earnest, sober intelligence that makes it hard to shake

BEAUFORT tells the story of LIRAZ LIBERTI, the 22 year-old outpost commander, and his troops in the months before Israel pulled out of Lebanon. This is not a story of war, but of retreat. This is a story with no enemy, only an amorphous entity that drops bombs from the skies while terrified young soldiers must find a way to carry out their mission until their very last minutes on that mountaintop. As LIRAZ lays the explosives which would destroy that very same structure that his friends had died defending, he witnesses the collapse of all he's been taught as an officer, and his soldier's mental and physical disintegration.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 07 June, 2011.


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