Nina's Tragedies Reviews
It's a lovely, heartwarming, occasionally funny, and thought-provoking Israeli film.
When Avinoam visited Nina after her husband died, she was supposed to feel depressed but she couldn't help but think Avinoam is sexy. She feels guilty about it. --This is a narrative of Nadav's diary, Nina's teenager nephew. This boy is disgusted by the confession she made.
When Nadav's dad died, Nadav didn't cry at the funnel. He could only think about whether his dad had read his diary given by his teacher after he lost it. At this time, Nadav has decided that he will love Nina forever. His dad has and wrote the following in his diary:
My beloved Nadavi.
Jewish tradition says that during a man's funeral
all the sperms he spilled in vain come to denounce him.
Millions of sperms will come to denounce me,
but there's one single sperm, beloved and sweet,
that grew into a young boy, and with one breath, one look,
he'll drive them all away to hell.
My sweet little Nadav, my angel, my darling.
You're not just Madam Estrea,
you are Madam Estrea, my talented lovely writer.
I always knew what I saw when I read your diary.
I'm so happy that I read it.
Now I'm leaving you calm, with a smile, with great love.
And if you look real close,
I bet you'll see me bragging about you up there.