|Writers||Amos Gitai (writer)
Gudie Lawaetz (writer)
|Cast||Lisa Kreuzer Rivka Neuman Markus Stockhausen Benjamin Levi Vernon Dobtcheff Bernard Eisenschitz Raoul Guylad Juliano Mer-Khamis|
|Country||Israel, Netherlands, Italy, France, UK|
|Language||Hebrew, German, English, French|
|Plot||Two interconnected stories in the 1930s, one set in Berlin, the other in Palestine: Mania Vilbouchevich Shohat (1880-1961), called Tania, a Russian Jew and revolutionary, goes from Minsk to Palestine to live on a collective. She promotes feminism and laments a shift in the men from self-defense to aggression. Her friend, Else Lasker-Schuler (1869 - 1945), expressionist poet and German Jew, is in Berlin, writing, caring for her son, watching Hitler's movement take power. She goes to Jerusalem and imagines a park for Arab and Jew. Her poems, voiced from within, capture her experience. The film meditates on the violence at the root of Israel's birth: of the Nazis and of the Zionists.... search for Berlin-Yerushalaim on IMDb|
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