Premiering in the Orizzonti section at this year's Venice Film Festival, Yaelle Kayam's Mountain was one of the films that impressed me the most. I use that exact word because Mountain left both an impression on me and, as the Italians use the word "impressione" literally, it shocked, struck and shook me, profoundly.
Yehuda Avner personified Generation World, and as I celebrate his memory, I celebrate what I can learn: that age is irrelevant; that we need to be empowered to self-direct; that we can't get lost in hardware definitions; that "mobile" means "freedom"; that we must love the world and learn from it; and, most importantly, that we should never, ever be afraid to evolve and reinvent ourselves.
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