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Israeli Film 'Foxtrot' Is A Bruisingly Powerful Look At A War Without End

Foxtrot centers on an Israeli couple reeling from the death of their soldier son. Critic Justin Chang says the title is "a clever if heavy-handed metaphor for a nation mired in its own stasis."

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Israeli Film 'Foxtrot' Is A Bruisingly Powerful Look At A War Without End

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