Buskila Twins Trailer

Buskila Twins Trailer (1998)

06 June 1998 Comedy 93 mins

A comedy of errors takes place between Paris and Eilat, and tells the story of twin brothers who have not met for 20 years. Papi, a gay fashion designer with a deserter from the Israeli Army as his boyfriend, and Max, his plumber brother who lives the simple family life in Eilat. A lawyer shows up one day to offer a $40 million dollar inheritance if both brothers meet the sole condition of having three children each.

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Israel 06 June 1998

United States 10 October 1998

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