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'One Day You'll Understand' Employs a Steely Form of Thoughtfulnessnew

In adapting Jerome Clement's book for the screen, Israeli director Amos Gitai is fully aware of the amount of restraint, denial, and dissociation that must be employed to survive a trauma the size of the Holocaust.
The Georgia Straight  |  Mark Harris  |  08-18-2009  |  Reviews

Women on the Edge of Revoltnew

This Israeli film presents the region's conflict in terms of the world's most annoying, dysfunctional-family road trip, which renders the proceedings almost as exhausting as the real thing.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marc Savlov  |  07-27-2006  |  Reviews

Cry the Beloved Country

Gitai presents a cunning mix of documentary-style filmmaking and minimalist theatricality.
Washington City Paper  |  Mark Jenkins  |  05-04-2006  |  Reviews

Border X-Ingnew

Gitai puts women in power.
New York Press  |  Jennifer Meri  |  04-06-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

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