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BLACK NOTEBOOKS (I: VIVIANE & II: RONIT)

by Shlomi Elkabetz

synopsis

Based on family archives and excerpts from the trilogy created by Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz, the film invites us into the intimacy of a Jewish-Arab family, a family of uprooted exiles, in an imaginary story where a brother and sister revisit the past and the present to defy an implacable future. But the prophecy still shadows them, as in life, so in cinema.

international title: Black Notebooks (I: Viviane & II: Ronit)
original title: Machbarot Shchorot
country: Israel, France
sales agent: Playtime
year: 2021
genre: documentary
directed by: Shlomi Elkabetz
film run: 209'
screenplay: Shlomi Elkabetz
cinematography by: Shlomi Elkabetz
film editing: Joelle Alexis
production: DW Production, Deux Beaux Garçons [IL]
distributor: Dulac Distribution
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