The Girls From Brazil Review
The Girls From Brazil Feature
There are not enough children for adoption in Israel. During the 80's hope arose for those seeking to have a child - Brazil. Approximately 3,000 Israeli families flew to the carnival country to adopt a child. German and Italian families were also part of this adoption wave. In the meantime, the children, now grown-up, are traveling to their land of origin to look for the woman who gave birth to them. Filmmaker Nili Tal follows four young Israeli women on such a voyage. This is a moving trip to a third-world country, where women have four or five children from several men and another one somewhere in a far away place. It is also a personal voyage into each of the protagonists' life bringing up issues concerning us all.
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