Making movies out of nightmares

  • 1998-12-10
  • Katya Cengel
A film trilogy by Assi Dayan coupled with the director's appearance in Tallinn has given some Baltic audiences an insight into the popular Israeli director's work, as Katya Cengel reports.Assi Dayan is the director of "92 Minutes of Mr. Baum," the 1997 film that chronicles the last 92 minutes of a man's life.But he definitely wasn't hired to do the film's advertising. The point of the movie, he says, is "it makes no difference whether you've got 92 minutes or 92 years [to live]."The Israeli director has become a well-known figure in his native country. Besides being the son of a national h...
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