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In the 10 years it took Natalie Portman to adapt Amos Oz's autobiographical novel, A Tale of Love and Darkness, she grew into the role of the lead character, Fania — the mother of young Amos, who has immigrated to Palestine from Eastern Europe. Ran Mendelson/Focus World hide caption

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It Took A Decade, But Portman 'Just Had To Make' Her Latest Film

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A Compelling, Chutzpadik History Of 'Jews And Words'

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Israel's Oz On 'Village Life' And Unhappy Endings

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Growing Up with Israel: Writer Amos Oz

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