Natalie Portman Tells Haaretz: Amos Oz Gave Me Great Freedom With 'Tale of Love & Darkness'

The actress, who directs and plays the novelist’s mother, says 'his feedback to my script adaptation was more of a factual nature than a creative one.'

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For her directorial debut, Natalie Portman has taken on what may be the magnum opus of Israel’s greatest author – Amos Oz’s 2002 memoir “A Tale of Love and Darkness.” Still, the 1939-born novelist has been...