Natalie Portman: 'My heart is broken' over the death of Amos Oz

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December 28, 2018 23:54
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Israeli-American film actress and director Natalie Portman grieved over the passing of Israeli writer Amos Oz on Friday saying that her "heart is broken." 



Writing on her Instagram account, Portman wrote that "Today we lost a soul, a mind, a heart, Amos Oz, who brought so much beauty, so much love, and a vision of peace to our lives." 
Portman directed and starred in the 2015 film "A Tale of Love and Darkness," based on the novel of the same name written by Oz and published in 2002. 


Oz died of cancer at 79. 

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