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All I've Got

A woman dies at age 72 and is given an impossible choice: she can either live eternally with happy memories of her life as a wife and mother or become 23 again, relinquish her memories of a long life, and spend eternity with her first love, who was killed in a car accident as a young man. Directed by Keren Marglit for the Israeli TV anthology Reflections of Women, this complex, whimsical film explores what it means to be old—and young. In Hebrew with subtitles. 68 min.


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