Private Project

Make Love

A wall that separates two worlds - Israel and Palestine -  collapses under the fire and shooting, while the heroes from the different sides Make Love, not... Two Palestinian suicide bombers encounter the end of the tunnel they are digging to blow up the Israeli base. They discover from the ambush a pretty redhead girl and a young man, that are Israeli soldiers making love, which disrupts all their plans and gives them new senses.

  • Alex Osmolovsky
  • Alex Osmolovsky
  • Eran B.Y.
  • Michael Katrih
  • Dima Osmolovsky
  • Bogdana Grabovska
    Line Producer
  • Valeriia Berezovska
    Key Cast
  • Hamza Abouzia
    Key Cast
  • Imad Eddine Kamar
    Key Cast
  • Kostiantyn Afanasiev
    Key Cast
  • Anastasiya July
    Production Designer
  • lisa Katz
    Directors department
    first Assistent Director
  • Vladislav Voronin
    Director of photography
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    Drama, Action, Comedy
  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 34 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 21, 2021
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    Arabic, Hebrew
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Director Biography - Alex Osmolovsky

Alex Osmolovsky was born in Kyiv, Ukraine and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel. He graduated Minshar School Of Arts as a filmmaker in Israel, becoming producer and director working both in Israel and abroad. Since 2014 Alex launched a LACO FILMS company producing and creating video content in Ukraine for local and international crews. His filmography includes feature films, short action films, diverse genre series and various commercials.

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Director Statement

Make Love - An attempt to create a reflection on the war that is taking place not only in Israel and Palestine but on the war that is taking place in the hearts and minds of people. Soldiers are called upon by the government to fight and defend values that are often incomprehensible to them, for a truth that has been erased over the years of conflict. This is a story about young warriors - who should love, dream, be friends. Not to kill each other. This is a manifesto for peace, which is blocked by a wall of enmity and fear between them. This wall should fall, not by a blast, but by a force of love and freedom, being led by mutual respect to the sanctity of life.