David Greenberg

David Greenberg – Iris (1968)

A man pretends to be married to his ex-wife for the sake of his mother’s sanity. But when he finds love with his secretary, and later a 17-year-old, he ends up lost in confusion.

One of the better films that belongs to the “New Sensitivity” movement which arouse in Israel during the late 60’s till the mid-70’s, and was influenced by the French New Wave. Read More »