Death of a Poetess

Death of a Poetess

Death of a Poetess is a movie starring Evgenia Dodina, Y. Goldberg, and Samira Saraya. A delicate, poetic cinematic work, consisting of two parallel axes. Lenny Sadeh is a Tel Aviv based scholar who passes through the last day of...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
1 hours 17 minutes
Genres
Drama
Actors
Y. Goldberg, Samira Saraya, Evgenia Dodina
Director
Efrat Mishori, Dana Goldberg
Country
Israel
Year
2017
Other Titles
Mot HaMeshoreret
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Death of a Poetess» (24)

Rachel R. avatar
Rachel R.

A delicate, poetic cinematic work, consisting of two parallel axes. Lenny Sadeh is a Tel Aviv based scholar who passes through the last day of her life. Yasmin Nasser, an Arab nurse who lives in Jaffa, is interrogated by the police. The worlds of these two women meet for a critical moment and bound together inseparably.

Rachel R. avatar
Rachel R.

It was great. Keeps you guessing and wanting to watch more!

Amanda N. avatar
Amanda N.

There are so many things I'd like to say about this film - I could write a dissertation!

Jacqueline Gilbert avatar
Jacqueline Gilbert

Was a great blend of talent and action !

Jose A. avatar
Jose A.

Keep pumpin' these movies out! After walking out after the movie i was very tempted to go buy another ticket and go back and watch it again!

Michelle Torres avatar
Michelle Torres

this was a great movie. Evgenia Dodina is awesome as always.

Jonathan avatar
Jonathan

The brilliant acting buy Samira Saraya and Evgenia Dodina bring this film to life as the characters emotions about each other are slowly realised.

Stephen M. avatar
Stephen M.

This movie was absolutely stunning, and I loved every minute of it

Rebecca Alvarez avatar
Rebecca Alvarez

Outstanding! Y. Goldberg did a great job in this movie!

Beverly C. avatar
Beverly C.

This movie was a flawlessly directed masterpiece. Just watch it.