reż. William Karel, Blanche Finger , Francja 2017, 53’
dir. , Wydawnictwo Czarne, WAB, Agora,
, Muzeum POLIN
70 years after the creation of the Jewish State, ten well-known Israeli writers (Amos Oz, David Grossman, Zeruya Shalev, Avraham B. Yehoshua) shine a spotlight on Israel. Their works echo the issues their country faces: the conflict with the Palestinians and the proximity of the occupied territories, the weight of the past, the Zionist project, religion, the army and young people, social tensions, and territorial disputes. Bearing their singular take on their country, they relate it from a day to day, insider perspective.
Language: Hebrew, English. Napisy: polskie, angielskie