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Slow Down

Israel, 1969 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Avram Heffner

During a family quarrel between a sixty-odd year old woman and her husband, the wife comes to terms with the realities of old age. The film shows 36 hours of the quarrel, from its beginning to the reconciliation, seen through the eyes of the woman, and recording her thoughts.

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