Here I learned to love [videorecording]
פה למדתי לאהוב
- Hebrew, English, Polish. In Hebrew, English and Polish with English subtitles.
- [Place of publication not identified] : [publsher not identified], 2011.
- Jerusalem : Ruth Diskin Films
- Physical description
- 1 videodisc (NTSC, 53 minutes.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- "Standing near the Western Wall in Jerusalem Avner says: 'This is the moment when I claim victory over the Nazis.' Two brothers, three mothers, a saga shrouded in fog for almost six decades. The unique narrative of a voyage tracing the roots of a shadowy past, unclear and confusing, even to those involved. Brothers Avner and Itzik live in Israel. As toddlers, their lives were saved first by their aunt, later by another young woman. Their past included three women who would become their mothers. But all this remained hidden - even from close family and friends. Now, at the age of 70, Avner decides to take his brother Itzik on a journey in search of their true identity, in an attempt to piece together this incredible story of their survival."--Container.
- Weinberg, Izhak, 1938- > Film adaptations.
- Holocaust survivors > Israel.
- Jewish children in the Holocaust > Biography.
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) > Poland > Personal narratives.
- Weinberg, Avner.
- Weinberg, Izhak, 1938-
- Weinberg, Mordecai.
- Steal, Malkah.
- Steal, Izhak.
- Publication date
- producer & director, Avi Angel.
- פה למדתי לאהוב / סרטו של אבי אנגל.
- Motion picture.
- Videodisc release of the documentary motion picture produced in 2011.
- Based on Shalosh imahot li-shene aḥim =Three mothers for two brothers / [by] Izhak Weinberg.
- 1:78:1, full-screen.
- Production Credits
- Cinematographer, editor, Yuval Cohen; music, Tami Barak; research, Izhak Weinberg.
- Narration, Bobby Lax.
- Region 1.
- Related Work
- Weinberg, Izhak, 1938- Shalosh imahot li-shene aḥim. aut ive res