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Shuli Arbib was divorced with three daughters when she met Goel Razon, who presented himself as a Hiller. The mother and her daughters became his wives among 17 other women. For more than 10 years they videotaped and photographed the life in this sect. At the year 2010 the police arrested him and sent free the women.
Nili Tal, the producer of the documentary Etched in my body is a well-known films producer, many of her films have participated in international documentary festivals (Sundance Film Festival, New York Film Festival and more…) and have been distributed European broadcasters.
The Think&drink Different NYC event will present parts of the documentary Etched in my body and will include a lecture and Q&A session with the creator of the movie Nili Tal.
January 24 7:00PM
Address: Black Cat LES,
172 Rivington St.
Early tickets purchase: 10$ | at the door: 20$ (cash only)
See you there,
Think&drink Different NYC team