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The Assassin Next Door (13-Sep-2009)

Original Title: Kirot

Director: Danny Lerner

Writer: Danny Lerner

Music by: Nathaniel Mechaly

Producers: Ehud Bleiberg; Yoav Ze'evi; Edouard Douek

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Olga Kurylenko
Actor
14-Nov-1979   Quantum of Solace

CAST

Olga Kurylenko   ...   Galia
Ninet Tayeb   ...   Elinor
Vladimir Friedman   ...   Mishka
Liron Levo   ...   Roni
Shalom Michaelashvili   ...   Michael
Yana Goor   ...   Nina
Reymonde Amsellem   ...   Bathhouse Attendant #1
Henry David   ...   Peter
Zohar Strauss   ...   Elinor's Husband
Roy Assaf   ...   Sassi
Raz Lissitzky   ...   Miki
Shalva Ben Moshe   ...   Tzahi
Sergey Baladinsky   ...   Mark
Alexander Eifer   ...   Ruby
Dvir Benedek   ...   Ice Cream Gangster
Vitali Prosvirnov   ...   Bodyguard
Avi Zlicha   ...   Curly-Haired Guy in Club
Ester Rada   ...   Barbie
Ariel Cohen   ...   Guy in Club
Lior Habra   ...   Friend of the Curly Guy
Margarita Ivlaiev   ...   Cindy
David Okabi   ...   Bodyguard
Hanny Yeshayhoo   ...   Bathhouse Attendant #2
Bianca Samucha   ...   Child at the Airport
Yuval Saragossi   ...   Child from the Dream
Alina Hodkovsky   ...   Mother
Carmit Brauman   ...   Stewardess
Rotem Vahnnich   ...   Supermarket Cashier
Eli Manor   ...   Bus Driver
Zohar Ayash   ...   Bus Driver

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