Family Documentaries • 1h 6m
Thirty years ago, the divorce of a woman, who later became a renowned author, and her husband, an esteemed rabbi, shook the religious city of Bnei Barak and affected the lives of their seven children. One of the couple’s daughters embarks on a journey among the ghosts of her childhood, trying to reunite her fractured family and, finally, to start one of her own.
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Noa Roth
Producer: Avigail Sperber
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