Co-produced by his protege, acclaimed director Diane Kurys (PEPPERMINT SODA, ENTRE NOUS, C'EST LA VIE), Alexandre Arcady's semi-autobiographical POUR SACHA is a bland if intermittently interesting drama.
Sacha (Richard Berry) has left his career as a Parisian philosophy professor to come to the Yardena Kibbutz, which lies just below the Golan Heights in Israel, to discover his Jewish roots. One of his students, Laura (Sophie Marceau), who is non-Jewish, has followed, desperately in love with him.
(She's even put her budding career as a violinist on hold.) They have lived together passionately on the kibbutz for two years. Now, in June 1967, three more of Sacha's...