• In Israel, it always meant - and a lot of that is still true - there was only one kind of man you could be, there were no alternatives, no options. If you were from a good family, you were supposed to be a successful soldier at 18 and be strong, and prepared to protect your wife and family, or family and children, and be prepared to die for your country.

    "Exploring Masculinity and Modern Views of Israeli’s, Eytan Fox Discusses 'Walk on Water'". IndieWire Interview, March 3, 2005.