Giv'at Halfon Eina Ona
Giv'at Halfon Eina Ona (, lit: "Halfon Hill Doesn't Answer"), also titled Giv'at Halfon, is a cult Israeli comedy film produced in 1976. It is a good-hearted satire of the Israel Defense Forces which tells the story of a reserves company, watching the Egyptian border in Sinai. Characters such as the conman Sergio Constanza, the Egyptian-born Mr. Hasson, and the huge cook Yosifoun became classics.
Staff Sgt. Raphael "Gingy" Moked is ordered by his company commander, Captain Shamgar, to retrieve Sergio Constanza, a deserter from reserve service. On his way he meets his girlfriend Yaeli and offers to talk to her father, Victor Hasson, to get a blessing for their relationship. Hasson gives his blessing, believing that Moked came for his older daughter Shifra, but throws him out of the house after finding out this was not so. Yaeli does not wish to part from Moked, and sneaks into a suitcase in his jeep. Meanwhile, Constanza tricks several other gamblers into losing thousands of dollars, which he intends to use to repay a debt to Mr. Hasson. The gamblers find out about the plot however, which leaves Sergio with no choice but to run away to the army with Moked.
|author||Assi Dayan Naftali Alter|
|keywords||break in buy capture claim commanding officer company company commander deserter desertion education and youth corps education corps fishing net force front loader helicopter kurt waldheim loader lose military camp morning oil field older sister rescue mission run away search sinai sinai peninsula staff sgt. tel aviv waldheim|
|producer||Itzhak Shani Naftali Alter|