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There is a huge difference between seeking to censor, ban or prevent objectionable films, and deciding to bestow public funds upon them.
“The idea is to talk about the actual Jerusalem, of the streets and the people, not of big buildings or the history. Rather it is about the personal history of people from here.”
The show will run for five performances, opening on June 23 at 19:00 at ZOA House, Tel Aviv.
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