Hagiga B'Snuker

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Hagiga B'Snuker
Directed by Boaz Davidson
Produced by Simcha Zvuloni
Written by Screenplay
Eli Tavor
Story
Uri Dan
Starring Yehuda Barkan
Yosef Shiloah
Ze'ev Revach
Music by Matti Caspi
Cinematography David Gurfinkel
Edited by Alain Jakubowicz
Distributed by Tal-Shahar
Release dates
  • 1975 (1975)
Running time
95 minutes
Country Israel
Language Hebrew

Hagiga BaSnuker (Hebrew: חגיגה בסנוקר‎‎, lit. Party at the Snooker; originally simply Snooker) is a 1975 Israeli cult movie, one of the classic Bourekas films. The movie was directed by Boaz Davidson and stars Israeli comedians Ze'ev Revach, Yehuda Barkan and Yosef Shiloah.

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The story is about two twin brothers, Azriel and Gavriel (both played by Yehuda Barkan). Azriel is a shy and religious Jew who works in a fruit shop in Jaffa. Gavriel is a hoodlum and hustler who runs a snooker bar. Gavriel and his friend Hanuka make easy money by swindling innocent people into gambling on snooker games. One day Gavriel is forced to renew contact with his brother, because he is in trouble with a gangster who won the bet on a snooker game, and the only way to pay is by selling the family estate which is co-owned by the two brothers.

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