Israel 2007, 60 Min, Hebrew, English Subtitles
SYNOPSISDan Wolman, who's many fictional features have included extreme parent-children relationships, tries to find out what lies at the root of the childhood traumas portrayed there.
In "Spoken with Love" he paints a tender picture of his parents’ relationship starting with their first meeting in fascist Italy and following through the turbulent periods they lived through. The film bears many surprises such as:
At a young age Dan's father was appointed to be Haile Selassie's private doctor. At the age of eight Dan discovered that a photograph of a young man in German army uniform in his parent's bedroom is his uncle's.
"Spoken with Love" is a delicate portrayal of a great love of a generation dedicated to their work and ideals, but it touches also on the price that people around them had to pay.
Berlin Israeli and Jewish film festivals
In competition DocAviv 2007
Saarbrucken film festival