Elish's notebooks

Elish's notebooks

82-year-old Elisheva Rise passed away. After her death, her children clear out her home, and find some journals. She secretly wrote to each of her seven children journals documenting 57 years, from their birth to the day she died. It was her life's work. Every evening she would sit in her home in Kibbutz Ein Tzurim and write to her children, whom she had never hugged nor kissed.  Now, they open the journals for the first time. Following the treasure she left behind, they embark on an emotional and painful journey, learning about childhood, motherhood, and parenting.

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Running Time
1 hours 14 minutes
Golan Rise
Golan Rise
Other Titles
Elish's Notebooks, HaMchbarot Shel Elish
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Comments about documentary «Elish's notebooks» (25)

Dylan B. avatar
Dylan B.

Great movie, subtly addresses so many issues.

Ann Williamson avatar
Ann Williamson

Such a good movie. "Elish's Notebooks" is worth watching. The characters were all so interesting on their own.

Louis L. avatar
Louis L.

The plot, the pacing, the character developments, the raw emotionally charged performances will keep you glued to your screen.

Peter avatar

HaMchbarot Shel Elish is filled with great performance, humor, action, graphics and brilliant direction. Highly recommended

Linda Fowler avatar
Linda Fowler

Was a great blend of talent and action !

Carolyn M. avatar
Carolyn M.

A few scenes that didn't care for but hard to find good movies these days.

Richard B. avatar
Richard B.

OMG Wow well what a film officially my new favorite film, which has surpassed other. This film have everything you want out of a Documentary movie.

Kathleen Edwards avatar
Kathleen Edwards

Really good action movie! Great story. Just watch it.

Eugene Peterson avatar
Eugene Peterson

This is my favorite film of all times; Golan Rise at his very best!

Teresa T. avatar
Teresa T.

I’ve seen HaMchbarot Shel Elish movie over 100 times, no kidding. It never gets old and I’ve seen the different versions of the film on many different formats at this point.