Marrying an Ice Cream Factory
Documentaries • 1h 11m
Velvel, Ranni’s father, was a poor orphan, who married Raya Strauss and began working in the family owned factory (which started as a small dairy farm and became one of the biggest food conglomerates in Israel). 8-millimeter reels, discovered after his death, arouse questions that lead Ranni to embark on a personal journey between his parents’ very different worlds in an attempt to better understand his father and the complexities of family loyalty.
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Ranni Midyan
Producer: Erez Laufer
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