Zero Motivation (2014), directed by Talya Lavie ★★★★

There’s an interview in the making of supplement on the Zero Motivation dvd where Talya Lavie reflects on her time in the IDF (Israel Defense Forces), and she says when asked what she did during her compulsory service she replies I was a pilot. She continues on a bit then says of course I was a secretary.

Ebert’s reviewer Godfrey Cheshire places ZM along the lines of Catch 22 and M*A*S*H in the first sentence of the write up. I would add Three Kings and Stripes.

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