A new, highly-rated Israeli comedy had come out? I was intrigued. It involved falafel? That sounded promising. Sadly, instead of the restaurant romp I'd hoped for, this was yet another movie set around an army base.
This time, Israel and Iran are on the countdown for mutual nuclear attacks. Luckily, kids from both countries get involved, supported by a German weapons inspector and his Israeli girlfriend. While the movie completely failed to make us laugh, it at least seemed to have its heart in the right place, and scored points as a cultural artifact where Israelis poke fun at themselves and some of their own taboos.