At the start of the 1967 Six-Day War (June 5-10) between Israel and the surrounding Arab nations, a team of eight Israeli commandos, with their female boat captain in tow, are sent on a suicide mission deep into the Sinai to destroy an important Arab radar station at Sharm El Sheikh to pave way for the main invading Israeli forces.Written by
[Eli finds Yigal reading from a prayer book]
I promised my grandfather. You know, until he dies.
Yeah. You'll find another excuse later. It's a waste of time praying to God. Look what He's done to us.
Count you blessings, Elihu.
I count my enemies, my sins, and my cash money, that's how I know where I stand.
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Composed by Ron Eliran
Performed by Joel Dan and his Trio See more »
Excellent movie about the Six-Day War !
This movie could be consider as one of the few movies that described the historic moment that israeli people lived in Israel during the Six-Day War, especially because they were surrounded by a great number of enemies , and their determination to remain like a Jewish State allowed to them to defeat it. I watched the movie like 20 years ago, and in that time, I Got the oportunity to record in my Betamax , and I still have it with me, and when I have time, I enjoy watching it again. The best scene could be when the commandos destroyed the radar station from Egyptian Army.
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