A teacher discovers in a five year-old child a prodigious gift for poetry. Amazed and inspired by this young boy, she decides to protect his talent in spite of everyone.
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“Synonyms” director Nadav Lapid fled Israel and swore he would never speak Hebrew again, but his body wouldn’t let him forget who he was.
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