Everyone Had Six Wings [שש כנפיים לאחד]

Author(s): Hanoch Bartov
In a small neighborhood in Jerusalem, right after Israel's Independence War, a group of people are trying to settle down and build a community. Among them are several Holocaust survivors, trying to rebuild their lives, make a living in a hard time, dealing with their own demons from the camps, and horrors and loss from the Independence War.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:6F/9M

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Original or Prominent Production:
Habimah, 1958
Original Source Material: A novel by Hanoch Bartov Everyone Had Six Wings
Nationality of Author: Israeli
Original Language: Hebrew
Publisher:

Sifriat Poalim

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