What's Up This Weekend? Ronit Elkabetz

What's up this weekend? / Ronit Elkabetz "To find an apartment and move into it," says the 40-year-old actress, who divides her time between Paris and Tel Aviv.

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"To find an apartment and move into it," says the 40-year-old actress, who divides her time between Paris and Tel Aviv. "The last month and a half was extremely tempestuous, exhausting and exciting. The film `To Take a Wife,' which I co-directed with my brother, opened in Paris, and we went all over Europe to promote it. On Thursday night I will board a plane to Israel and on Monday I will already be starting the round of premieres in Israel, so that the two days of the weekend will be very precious. I want to be in a situation of not talking, where I can rest and release myself from the market and devote myself to loved ones and family and house. At the same time, I have to manage to find an apartment and move."

All that in one weekend?

"The truth is that it's utopian to think I will move."

Where will you look for a place?

"In Tel Aviv. My need is to move someplace on the ground, with a small garden, a window that overlooks a particular landscape, a bit of green, the sea could be wonderful. It doesn't matter which part of the city, I am not yet connected to any area. In terms of my private existence, I am still living in Paris, I haven't yet freed myself of it."

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