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This film,a follow-up to Gila Almagor's memori film Summer of Aviya, portrays in an emotionally touching way the Holocaust anguish, see through the eyes of the tragedy's most helpless and innocent victims, children.
A slightly less valuable film than Summer of Aviya, Under the Domim Tree is an unfortunately pedestrian treatment of life on a kibbutz that is unfortunately not terribly compelling.
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