Watch: Opening of Leah Goldin's new movie

The film provides insight into the life of the Goldin family a year after Hadar’s capture, as they collect Hadar’s drawings for an art show.

Eliran Aharon,

Leah Goldin speaks with Arutz Sheva
Leah Goldin speaks with Arutz Sheva
Yoni Kempinski

Cinematheque Tel Aviv showed its first screening of the new film produced by Dr. Leah Goldin, the mother of soldier Hadar Goldin whose body is being held by Hamas.

The film, called “Hadar: The Freedom to Create,” provides rare insight into the life of the Goldin family a year after Hadar’s capture during Operation Protective Edge, as the family collects Hadar’s drawings for an art show.

The showing of Hadar’s drawings was first presented a year after his capture, and has since been presented in dozens of locations inside of Israel and abroad.

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked referred at the screening to attempts by the government to return the Israeli citizens and soldiers’ bodies being held in Gaza. “The government is, indeed, dealing with the matter, but it’s always possible to do more, to exert pressure that is not being exerted at present. In this, the family is correct.”




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