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Mozes, an

Israeli model
and actress, has been travel-
ing around the United States
since May with a story to tell.
It takes the form of a 24-minute doc-
umentary, Keep On Dancing, which
explores the current situation in Israel
through its nightlife and the testimony
of young people affected by the terror.
"It's about people, not politics, and it's
about people trying to live a normal life
in an abnormal real-
ity," said Mozes,
who spoke to about
50 campus and
community mem-
bers gathered at the
University of
Michigan Hillel on
Feb. 4.
She and some
Moies
friends started film-
ing four days before Israel's
Independence Day in April 2002. They
interviewed party producers, performing
artists and others involved in organizing
Israel's annual celebration.
With frequent suicide bombings in
the days leading up to the celebration,
questions arose about whether people
would feel safe enough to attend and if
the party would still go on.
"It just happened that my friends and
I just went out with a camera and start-
ed filming, and this film came out of it,
which is something I'm very proud of,"
said Mozes, who is visiting various col-
lege campuses and Jewish communities
to present her documentary.
Mozes, 25, said she was driven to
make the film because of the two wars
she said Israel was fighting — one
against terror and one for world opin-
ion.
"We were losing both," she said.
"I felt that maybe by bringing Israel
closer to the people outside and making
them identify with Israelis and know
what's going on, they'll gain a different
perspective on it."
The documentary was about showing
a different side of Israel, Mozes said; a
side people who haven't been to Israel
most likely don't know. She said she

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