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Directors: Dan and Noit Geva
Category: Creative Documentary / Society & Ethnology
Production: Dan & Noit Geva: Habayit Hakatom Ltd.; for the Second Authority for Television and Radio, Israel; Commissioning Editor: Yosi Mulla; The New Fund for Cinema and Television /
Israel 2012
Language: Hebrew, English
Subtitles: English
Length: 52 / 72 minutes. HD. 
A documentary comedy narrated by the wife of a man who suffers from hyper-acoustic sensitivity, which makes his life in Tel Aviv, one of the noisiest urban locations on earth, a living hell.
Tormented by the belief that they live in an incredibly noisy society, the award-winning couple of Israeli filmmakers resolves to investigate the issue: they install cameras in their house to capture sources of this formidable sonic mass that invades their daily lives.
Noise is a reviving acknowledgement of the Griersonian tradition of dramatic treatment and social exclamation for a civil change in the actual world.
Movie Reviews: « “Noise” carries succesfully the same tense, funny, critical reflection on a society full of noise on several levels... » Dan and Noit Geva: Noise / Tue Steen Müller ; 
«Under a comic external layer, Noise is a valuable reflection and well-documented (expert testimony, archival documents) on a form of pollution that is too easily forgotten.» Noise de Dan et Noit Geva / Erudit / Robert Daudelin
« It was a big inspiration to listen to the Israeli director’s speech after the screening..» DocsBarcelona'' DocsBarcelona 2013/ 6 / Tue Steen Müller
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    Dan Geva takes us in a cinematic journey to the recesses of the photographed memory in Chris Marker's 1960 impressionist film about Israel, ''Description d'un combat'' (Description of a Struggle), which won the 'Golden Bear' at the 1961 Berlin Festival. Geva creates a poetic and philosophic cinematic dialogue with the original text, using images and words from that film, and then adds his own in a process that reveals that the Israel of today is the country, which the French Master could not even have imagined.
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