Yossi (2012)



A sensitive, careful and subtle motion picture, Eytan Fox’s Yossi is a wonderful exploration of loneliness and longing. This 2012 film is the sequel to Fox’s 2002 flick Yossi & Jagger. That picture was well-received for telling a romantic tale about two soldiers at the Israeli-Lebanon border who find relief from the ambush of daily violence.

Check out the rest of this review at Yossi Movie Review: Of Love, Loneliness and Humanity at Cinema Sentries.

2 thoughts on “Yossi (2012)

  1. I liked that Knoller plays down the pain his character feels every time he looks at the young soldiers he met. It’s like looking at something he never had but wished he had–some kind of a support system. I think you’re spot-on in pointing out Knoller playing his character with quiet anxiety.

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