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The Israeli film, Intimate Grammar, won the Tokyo Sakura Grand Prize Film Award at the 23rd Tokyo International Film Festival on Sunday.
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The film, directed by Nir Bergman and starring actress Orly Zibershatz, was based on a novel by Israeli author David Grossman.
The film follows the story of Aaron, a boy growing from childhood to adolescence in Israel in the early 1960s.Intimate Grammar
won the Haggiag Award for Best Full-Length Feature Film at the 27th Jerusalem Film Festival in July.
Bergman's first feature Broken Wings
also won the Tokyo Sakura Grand Prize Film Award in 2002.