|Directed by||Savi Gavison|
|Produced by||Anat Asulin
|Written by||Savi Gavison|
|Music by||Assaf Amdursky and Shlomi Shaban|
|Editing by||Tali Halter-Shenkarusic|
|Running time||106 minutes|
Nina’s Tragedies (Hebrew: האסונות של נינה) is a 2004 Israeli comedy-drama film directed by Savi Gavison and starring Ayelet Zurer, Yoram Hattab, Alon Abutbul, Shmil Ben Ari, and Anat Waxman. It won 11 Ophir Awards.
Fourteen-year-old Nadav is hopelessly in love with his aunt Nina (Ayelet Zurer), who has recently lost her husband (Hattab). He is caught between the two worlds of his divorced parents: his mother (Waxman) is a high-strung fashionista, while his father (Ben Ari) has recently become devoutly Orthodox and withdrawn from the family in order to join a group of Hassidic Jews who tour Tel Aviv in a van, blasting the word of God through loudspeakers.
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