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To Take A Wife

Directed by: Ronit Elkabetz, Shlomi Elkabetz
97 Minutes, 2004, Drama

In 1979, Viviane, who is married with three children and is considering divorce, struggles to choose between tradition and inner dreams and desires. Her family attempts to persuade her not break strict Moroccan tradition by going through with her divorce of her husband Eliahou. But Viviane is ready to leave her old life behind to live a new life in modern Israel. To Take a Wife is a story of love and fear, of old and new, and examines the hard choices that must be made when forging a new path.

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Credits

Directors: Ronit Elkabetz, Shlomi Elkabetz

Producer: Marek Rozenbaum

Cast: Ronit Elkabetz

Cast: Simon Abkarian

Cast: Kobi Regev

Cast: Dalia Beger

Cast: Sulika Kadosh

Cast: Gilbert Melki

Written by: Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz

Distributor: SISU