An exciting documentary film about the legendary Israeli folksong composer, Nahum Heiman (nicknamed Nah'che), winner of the Israel Prize for his contribution to Israeli folk music, a man who composed hundreds of songs, so many of which have become popular with the Israeli public. The film opens with Nah'che at the age of 79, moving from his home to a town where they have named the town square in his honor! The filmmaker makes use of much footage from public homages to Nah'che, and the viewer has the opportunity to see and hear so many of his songs being performed.

70 minutes
Anat Goren

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