Waltz with Bashir is an israeli animated war documentary film from 2008, which received many prizes and nominations all around the world, winning in particular the Best Foreign Language Film Award at the Golden Globes and the Best Foreign Film at the Cesar (French Awards).
The director, Ari Folman, is also the main character of the story:
In 2006, 24 years after serving in Lebanon War, Ari meets with an old army friend. Through the stories and nightmares told by his friend about their experience in 1982, Ari realises he lost all souvenirs of the war, as if his subconscious blocked this period. Upon the advice from an old friend, he decides to reach out to fellow soldiers from the war, in order to get his memory back and find out once and for all his role in the massacre (of palestinian refugees) who occurred at that time. Waltz with Bashir is a very interesting and moving film about the Lebanon War, seen through the eye of a former israeli soldier, showing how they live the conflict, and which impacts it leaves on him.
With a 8.0/10 note on IMDB and 96% note on Rotten Tomatoes, the film has been received very well everywhere around the world.
It even managed to be shown in Lebanon : though it was banned over there due to its highly sensitive subject (the massacre of palestinians and muslim lebanese during this war), some influent local bloggers have managed to organise a secret viewing of the movie for lebanese critics, and since then, many pirated copies of Waltz with Bashir are available throughout the country.
To Recognize [lezahot] לזהות
--> Do you recognize me? אתה מזהה
Dangerous [mesukan] מסוכן
To Find [limtso] למצוא
-->I will find [ani emtsa] אני אמצא
Suddenly [pit’om] פתאום
Memory [zikaron] זכרון
Tell Me [tagid li] תגיד לי
Not Really [lo mamash] לא ממש
To be connected [אתה קשור
War [milkhama] מלחמה
I will discover [Ani Egale] אני אגלה
To Discover [Legalot] לגלות
FUTUR TENSE - To Find - למצוא
I will find [Ani emtsa] אני אמצא
You will find (m)[Ata timtsa] אתה תמצא
You will find (f) [At timtse'i] את תמצאי
He will find [Hou imtsa] הוא ימצא
She will find [Hi timtsa] היא תמצא
We will find [Anakhnu nimtsa] אנחנו נמצא
You will find [Atem timtse'u] אתם תמצאו
They will find [Hem imtse'u] הם ימצאו