When reality transcends any Hollywood script, all that's left is to put together the picture puzzle and just let it talk, without interruption. Maybe it's a cliché, or maybe that's the essence of the documentary genre, but it's also the best way to describe the docu-series #NOVA, created by Dan Pe'er.
Over the course of 50 minutes, using only real-time videos and WhatsApp recordings, the film manages to describe the sequence of events on October 7 at the Nova music festival – from the early euphoria of the partygoers, through the infiltration of the terrorists and the massacres and atrocities they inflicted, to the escape of some of the survivors; And all in a shaking and respectful way.
The docu, which airs Wednesday night on Yes, is a breathtaking, sad and historic document that was completed at record speed, and it is not evident on it. He uses hundreds of videos filmed by party participants and terrorists, constructs a tragic story about them and draws the viewer into the depths of terror as it took place on the ground, minute by minute.
If possible - translate immediately into English, pack in a gift wrapper and send to all film festivals abroad.
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