How Natalie Portman Ruined an Amos Oz Book

The actress’ directorial debut makes dreary work of Oz’s 'A Tale of Love and Darkness.' Good thing another Israeli film at Cannes, Elad Keidan's 'Afterthought,' employs creative thinking.

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Late last week, actress Natalie Portman’s first film as a director, “A Tale of Love and Darkness,” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Sorry to say, I can’t find a single good thing to write about this...