Since Ari Folman left their mark on
contemporary cinema with a stunning historical account of the slaughter at
Sabra and Shatila during the Lebanon War, built from a reflection on the
volatility of the memory and the power of self-narrative, it became clear that
the principal Israeli write from another plane, the distance from the critical
eye, but at the same time was able to approach the surface to build a fun,
beautiful and easy to understand story.