Washington Post | Evan Narcisse | July 15, 2007
EXIT WOUNDS in The Washington Post
After learning that his father may have been a victim of a bombing, Tel Aviv cabdriver Koby Franco begrudgingly helps his dad's lover find out whether the elder Franco has died.
"I thought I would never want to see him again as long as I lived. But now I realized that I was always sure we would meet again sometime in the distant future."
— Koby grapples with the fact that his father may be gone
Modan's spare, affecting lines and charged dialogue add up to a tragicomic take on family and identity.