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July 02, 1976 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-02

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28 Friday, July 2, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

. ---- i 'Daughters, Daughters' Movie
- TIME • SUSSEX 110I TS E
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"Daughters, Daughters,"
an Israeli film with English
subtitles currently playing
at the Tel-Ex Theater is not
the hilarious comedy it is
purported to be in the news-
paper advertisements.
The film, starring Shai K.
Ophir as Shabtai Alfandari,
written and directed by
Moshe Mizrahi and pro-
duced by Menaham Golan,
centers on a father's obses-
sion to have a son who will
survive him to say Kadish.
The father, Alfandari, has
eight daughters.
His obsession overwhelms
him and he tries various
outrageous means to have a
son. The first attempt is a
visit to a mystic or seer. The
mystic utters an incredible
prescription to Alfandari
and gives him an amulet to
wear and talisman to hide
under his wife's pillow when
the main item of the pres-
cription — making love to
his wife — is to be carried
out. When the wife produces
Daughter No. Nine, Alfan-
dari seeks another route.

He visits his attorney
who draws up an agree-

ment, to be signed by Al-
fandari and his mistress,
whereby if the mistress
bears a son, Alfandari will
divorce his wife, marry the
mistress and bestow a
bounty of luxuries on her.
However, if the mistress
produces a daughter, she
will receive $100,000 in
damages "for her trou-
ble," but none of the luxu-
ries — like marriage —
from Alfandari.
The conditions of the
agreement are so incredibly
outrageous that the mis-
tress leaves the attorney's
office before she ever hears

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the conclusion of the agree-
ment.
When Alfandari returns
home, his wife has left the
newborn to the other daugh-
ters, who in turn desert
their father for his vileness.
Alfandari and his assistant
are relegated to the task of
taking care of the baby and
refer to Dr. Benjamin
Spock's "Baby and Child
Care" (in Hebrew) to figure
out which end to burp and
which to change.
Yet, the movie drags even
though it is only 1'/2 hours
long, and whatever is so hi-
larious, as reported in the
advertisements, is a mys-
tery. The film depicts an ob-
sessed, sick man and there
is nothing amusing about
mental illness. All sympa-
thies to the women's libera-
tion movement aside, this
daughter suggests that
"Daughters, Daughters" is a
film worth missing.

Artist Guild Has
Sidewalk Sale

The Artist Guild of De-
troit's Second Annual Side-
walk Sale will continue
through Saturday, 11 a.m.
to 7 p.m. daily, at 6555 Sec-
ond Ave. across from the
General Motors and Fisher
Buildings.
The fair will feature
craftsmen, artists, and
photographers. In case of
rain the fair wilrbe held in
the lobby of the Fisher
Building.

Sapir Favored
Gen. Weizmann

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
late Pinhas Sapir, who was
serving as finance minister
under Golda Meir after the
Yom Kippur War, favored
naming Ezer Weizmann as
chief of staff. However,
Golda stubbornly refused to
accept this suggestion, ar-
guing that the chief of the
general staff has to be an
active army officer.
These disclosures appear
in a book about the late Pin-
has Sapir authored by Ar-
yeh Avneri, a staff member
of the newspaper, Yediot
Ahronot.
Avneri refers to an inter-
view that took place with
Sapir several months before
his death in which he re-
vealed that he had also con-
sidered the candidacy of
Gen. `Arik' Sharon.
He finally settled on Gen.
Ezer Weizmann because
Sharon was too much in-
volved in the "War of the
Generals."

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