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  • Directed by: Lena Chaplin Rating: TV-PG
    Release Date: 2010 Running Time: 48 min
    Language: Hebrew with English subtitles Genre: Documentary
    Category: Israel    

    In July 1998, director Lena Chaplin shot a film on writer and critic Batya Gur for an Israeli television documentary program. The film was never broadcast. After Batya Gur’s death, the film was edited and completed.

    This documentary contains a patchwork of interviews with Batya Gur, as well as intimate encounters with her family and close friends. It reveals not only the fundamentals of Gur’s literature, but also her views on Israel, which are current and relevant even now.

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