Revised Diary 1990-1999

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Revised Diary 1990-1999

Revised Diary: 1990 – 1999, is a continuation of the director’s series Diary: 1973-1983, which deals with the director’s family, Israel, and his country of origin, Brazil.
Part One: Sheltered Childhood
The director’s grandchildren – Alma, Nadia, Lia, and Hillel – from the time they were born until today.
Part Two: Day-to-Day and Rituals
The director portrays day-to-day life in his neighbourhood and the rituals of modern Israel, all the way from the annual memorial ceremony for Yitzhak Rabin held in Tel-Aviv’s Rabin Square through to the elections (1996-1999). The episode ends in the Lag Ba-Omer celebrations on Mount Meron.
Part Three: Brazil
The director returns to the land where he was born and visits three cities – Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Belo Horizonte – representing birth, childhood and adolescence.

Director: David Perlov

Producer: David Perlov, Reuven Hecker

Cinematographer: Reuven Hecker, David Perlov, Tuli Chen

Editor: Batsheva Yancu

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Keshet, JCS Productions, The Cinema Project.

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: יומן מעודכן 1990-1999

Revised Diary: 1990 – 1999, is a continuation of the director’s series Diary: 1973-1983, which deals with the director’s family, Israel, and his country of origin, Brazil.
Part One: Sheltered Childhood
The director’s grandchildren – Alma, Nadia, Lia, and Hillel – from the time they were born until today.
Part Two: Day-to-Day and Rituals
The director portrays day-to-day life in his neighbourhood and the rituals of modern Israel, all the way from the annual memorial ceremony for Yitzhak Rabin held in Tel-Aviv’s Rabin Square through to the elections (1996-1999). The episode ends in the Lag Ba-Omer celebrations on Mount Meron.
Part Three: Brazil
The director returns to the land where he was born and visits three cities – Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Belo Horizonte – representing birth, childhood and adolescence.

Director: David Perlov

Producer: David Perlov, Reuven Hecker

Cinematographer: Reuven Hecker, David Perlov, Tuli Chen

Editor: Batsheva Yancu

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Keshet, JCS Productions, The Cinema Project.

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: יומן מעודכן 1990-1999

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