Zohan Dvir is a superhuman Israeli counter-terrorist. Zohan is tired of constantly fighting and dreams of quitting to become a hair stylist in America. Zohan's is pushed over the line to quit when his barbecue is disrupted by the Israeli government who is telling him that he has an assignment to catch a criminal named Phantom. On the assignment, Zohan fakes his death and lets everyone believe that Phantom killed him. Zohan smuggles himself into a flight to New York. At first, Zohan has a hard time finding a salon job in New York. He meets a friend named Michael who gives him a place to stay. Zohan lands a job at a salon by a woman named Dalia. Zohan is identified by a middle-eastern cab driver named Salim. Salim informs Phantom that Zohan is still alive and Phantom decides to come find Zohan. Phantom comes to New York to find Zohan and Zohan must face him.
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Best part of story, including ending:
What I liked about this story was that Zohan decided to hide out and quit being a spy.
Best scene in story:
My favorite scene was when he faked his death because it was an interesting scene.
Opinion about the main character:
What I liked most about Zohan was that he had a real unique sense of humor.