Amoz Zadik, a filmmaker,
and his 10-month-old son, Rafael
Amoz, a father of two, directs
and writes. I met him and his son at one of the nicer boulevards in
Tel Aviv during their daily trip to catch some sun in the middle of
a very sunny Israeli winter.
“I’m not interested in
this election. I don’t read the news or watch the propaganda broadcasting.”
“I will elect the Labor Party.
I used to vote for Hadash [a secular Arab-Jewish left-wing party that
fought for coexistence between the two religions in Israel], but now
I will elect Amir Peretz because I believe in what he says. The gaps
between rich people and poor people in this country are unbearable,
and he says he will seek to reduce them.”
“I can’t stand Olmert.
He is corrupt. I met him when I did a TV segment for the Sports Channel
and I didn’t like even a bit of what I saw. I would like Peretz to
be the next prime minister. Why can’t he be?”