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Dir.: David Perlov | 57 minutes


Israel 1977/2019 | 57 minutes | Hebrew | Hebrew, English subtitles

This is the story of Biba Israeli, a Yom Kippur War widow who lives in Kfar Yehoshua in the Jezreel Valley. Her husband Uzi’s family was twice stricken by grief. This is a personal, human story, narrated by Biba and those close to her, providing a frank, unembellished look at pain and mourning. A newly-restored copy of David Perlov’s film from 1977.

Restoration initiated by the Jerusalem Cinematheque — Israel Film Archive, Israeli Film Service, The Perlov Family