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      Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi

      2003, Comedy/Drama, 1h 38m

      31 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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      Sixteen-year-old Shlomi Bar-Dayan (Oshri Cohen) lives in Israel with his overprotective mother and seriously ill grandfather. Doing poorly in school, he is forced by the principal to take a test. The results reveal that Shlomi is a math genius. The principal wants to enroll Shlomi in a new school, but his family wants him to stay at home. With help from his girlfriend, Tehila (Rotem Zisman), Shlomi must decide whether to leave for school or stay and take care of his family.

      • Genre: Comedy, Drama

      • Original Language: Hebrew

      • Director: Shemi Zarhin

      • Producer: Eitan Evan

      • Writer: Shemi Zarhin

      • Release Date (Theaters):  original

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      • Box Office (Gross USA): $54.3K

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      • Distributor: Strand Releasing

      • Sound Mix: Dolby SR

      • Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.85:1)

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      • Jan 27, 2011

        Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi is a tender, sweet coming of age story about a boy, ignored by his classmates, taken for granted by his family, and dismissed by his teachers. The only person who sees him for who he is is his paternal grandfather, but Grandpa has bouts of lunacy that make that recognition of little value. Terrific character development drives this story and there were moments of subtle humor that kept the viewer engaged. When Shlomi (Oshri Cohen) comes to the attention of his school headmaster (Yigal Naor) and falls in love the the girl next door, Rona (Aya Steinovits), his luck and his life begin to change. This is not your typical teenage sex romp. It is a talented young kid finding out that his life has infinite possibilities that he never believed would be available to him. It is about the people around him learning new respect for the kid who seemed invisible. And it is about growing up, no matter how old you are. One minor quibble with a dream sequence that was inserted that seemed out of place with the rest of the film kept this from the top rating, but a really good, heartwarming story.

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