Summertime Blues (film)
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|Directed by||Yaky Yosha|
|Produced by||Alex Hacohen
|Written by||Yaky Yosha|
|Music by||Shmulik Kraus|
|Release dates||1984 (Israel)|
|Running time||90 minutes|
Director Yaky Yosha's Summertime Blues (1984) is a youth drama about the last summer before the army, the last summer altogether.
Summertime Blues is the last summer before the army, an early 1980s Tel-Aviv summer, during the War of Attrition with Egypt. Four friends are walking on the wild side before life starts walking over them. They have a Rock'n'Roll band and so, they're trying to add some sex and drugs and devour the whole enchilada. It will take them a hot summer to realize how young and naive they still are, how what really turns them on is first love, first heartache and everything in between. Summertime Blues is a summer movie – beach, bikes, girls and music, a whole lot of music and a twist of blues.
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