Natalie Portman talks about new Hebrew-language film based on famed Israeli author’s life

While making the rounds speaking to the press at the Cannes Film Festival, Natalie Portman took out the time to talk about her directorial debut in the new film "A Tale of Love and Darkness," a memoir based on celebrated Israeli author Amos OZ, with The Los Angeles Times.

Portman, who also wrote and stars in the film, spoke about the challenges she faced while giving an emotional Hebrew-language performance and how the backdrop of 1940’s Israel played a vital part in articulating the conflicts the main characters face within the story.


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