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Appelfeld’s Table

Directed by: Adi Japhet Fuchs
47 Minutes, 2004

Imagination, memories and fiction all mixed together portraying the world and life of the Israeli writer Aharon Appelfeld. The film revolves around the renown author’s daily pilgrimages to the Anna Ticho House in Jerusalem, whose café he uses as a study and a meeting place with friends and colleagues. Appelfeld’s dramatic personal story is enriched by excerpts from his writings with an attempt to understand the creative process.

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Director: Adi Japhet Fuchs

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