“There’s a richness to her work that rewards careful viewing and a clarity of intention that comes through.” -Barbara Ann O’Leary, DirectedbyWomen
When I was three years old, my family moved to Germany, and I didn’t speak the language. Spending hours in kindergarten as a silent observer was the first experience that made me notice how wildly different our internal and external worlds can be. I’ve been trying to narrow that gap ever since.
I recently completed the lead role in my first feature film Don’t Let the Night End aka MIA. It was inspired by my memories of serving in the Israeli army, and the dreams I had about reinventing myself in a foreign country. Spoiler - not as easy as it sounds, even in Paris. But over time, I lost interest in defining myself, and that was when I started acting.
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