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Directed by: Gilberto Tofano
100 Minutes, 1975

Deals predominantly and explicitly with the relationships of a widowed mother, her lover, and ex-husband’s friend. A widow struggles to buck tradition and tries to find a new life in this Israeli drama. Tamar lost her husband to the Six Day War, and now wants to put her pain in the past and find a new love. Unfortunately, her late husband’s friends and family insist that she adhere to the old customs by remaining in mourning for the rest of her life to keep his memory alive.


Director: Gilberto Tofano

Producer: Ya’ackov Agmon

Producer: Michael J. Kagan

Original Music: Yohanan Zaray

Cinematographer: David Gurfinkel

Film Editor: Danny Shick

Writer: Dahn Ben Amotz

Writer: Gilberto Tofano

Sound: Mario Bramonti

Grip: Itzik Ben-Aroya

Grip: Jacob Bukman

Focus Puller: Menashe Hova

Key Grip: Amir Ben-David

Gaffer: Avraham Leibman