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9 Years Later

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Danielle, a Jew who grew up as a Muslim in Morocco, struggles for the right to bring up her son, Nasser. Nine years after she was forced to leave him and moved to live in Jerusalem, she returns to Morocco to fight for custody. She sets off to meet her son, now 14, and her Muslim family. To her surprise, the greatest difficulties come from Israeli society and the levels of bureaucracy which threaten this fragile relationship.


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Running Time: 70 min.
Subject(s): Family, Middle Eastern Studies, Women
Language(s): Arabic, Hebrew
Subtitles: English
Director(s):
Producer(s): Edna Kowarsky, Elinor Kowarsky
Cinematographer: Gonen Glaser
Editor(s): Sari Ezouz
Production Company: Eden Productions

Press

  • The Human drama of a young mother and her family, torn between two countries and conflicting identities, continually in pursuit of their true homeland. The editing succeeds in conveying the protagonists' most intimate moments while respecting their privacy.
    Docaviv Jury
  • An intriguing documentary that raises a number of questions related to religion and identity. Recommended.
    Australian Film Critics Association
  • Docaviv documentary film festival
    The Human drama of a young mother and her family, torn between two countries and conflicting identities, continually in pursuit of their true homeland. The editing succeeds in conveying the protagonists' most intimate moments while respecting their privacy.

    Jury's statement

Festival & Awards

  • DocAviv- Documentary Film Festival - 2009
    Best Editing Award
  • The International Women's Film Festival - 2009
  • AICE Israeli Film Festival in Melbourne & Sydney - 2009
  • Tiburon International Film Festival - 2010
  • Sheba Film Festival - 2010
  • ETHNOCINECA - Ethnographic & Documentary Filmfest - 2010

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