Arik Lavie - Why Didn't You Say So?
Israeli Figures • 1h 3m
Yael Lavie, the daughter of Arik Lavie, one of Israel's most celebrated national singers, explores his turbulent childhood in Germany, the abandonment of his mother during the rise of the Nazis and his tortured relationship with women and his country.
Language: Hebrew, English & Hebrew subtitles (use CC to activate)
Director: Yael Lavie
Producer: Kastina Productions
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