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443


Directed by | Erez Miller

Genre documentary  |  Length: 52mins  |  Year of production: 2010


Route 443 begins on the shore near Tel Aviv and ends in Jerusalem. This route has long been a vital communication axis, invested with geographic, security, and even spiritual significance over the years. It has also been the site of conflicts dating back millennia. Adopting the playful style of a video “tour guide”, Erez Miller’s documentary brings together a series of vignettes and character portraits to convey a picture of life around, and along, the highway today. Equal parts satire and investigative report, 443 offers a new and inventive take on that rich subgenre of films on Palestine/Israel, “the political road movie”.