The Muses of Isaac Bashevis Singer
DOCUMENTARY FILMS • 1h 12m
Isaac Bashevis Singer, the famous Yiddish writer and Nobel Prize winner, wrote with a "harem" of dozens of translators behind him. Today nine remain to tell his story. Intimate interviews and exclusive archival footage combine to portray the story of an author who charmed his audiences, just like he charmed his translators.
Language: English & Hebrew, English subtitles
Directors: Asaf Galay, Shaul Betser
Producers: Shaul Betser, Asaf Galay, Keren Michael
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