Following a recent reversion to Judaism, Joëlle, 42, decides to go and settle in Israel,to do her Aliyah, and fully live her religious life. Raised in the practice of Judaism, Myriam Aziza, has little by little freed herself from the weight of religion though not yet achieving to bear her Jewish identity with serenity. Through the journey of Joëlle from Paris to Jerusalem, a complex relationship develops between the director and her lead character. Because, between these two different viewpoints, how far can they push their dialogue? Further more, how far can a film impose its rule ?
NEXT YEAR IN JERUSALEM
- Myriam Aziza
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