Directed by Eyal Eithcowich
Edited by Elyasaf Kowner
Enraged pilot was edited in the
studio. It later on received a grant from the Israeli new
foundation for cinema and Television.
The film Enraged follows a group of Jewish-Israeli
activists who refuse to sit back while the occupation continues.
They bring food into Palestinian villages under
curfew, tear down parts of the separation barrier, and serve
as human shields for Palestinian demonstrators.
In Israel they are ostracized; in Palestine they
endure a similar fate to that of the Palestinians—they
are beaten, sprayed with tear-gas, and shot at with
rubber-coated bullets. One such bullet hits one of the
film's main characters, a 16 year old boy from Tel
Aviv, in the head, permanently impairing his eyesight.
The heroes of "Enraged" jolt viewers out of their
passivity, forcing them to ask: what can I do to end
Enraged premiered at the Haifa International Film
Festival in October 2006, was broadcast several times
on Israeli TV and was shown in theaters in Tel Aviv