The House on Chelouche Street is a 1973 film by Israeli director Moshé Mizrahi, filmed in Hebrew, Egyptian Arabic, and Judeo-Spanish . The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film tells the story of a Sephardi family of Egyptian Jewish immigrants from Alexandria that settle in 1947 Tel Aviv. The family consists of a 33-year-old widowed wife, Clara, and her four children. They live in a working class neighborhood surrounded by their extended family, including Clara's mother Mazal, Clara's uncle Rafael, and Sultana, his wife. The plot centers on the...
|Directed by:||Moshé Mizrahi|
|Music by:||Dov Seltzer|
|Screenplay by:||Moshé Mizrahi, Yerech Guber|