Intimate Grammar (Hadikduk HaPnimi) 13 years old

Intimate Grammar

"Intimate Grammar" is a sensitive study of an inner journey rich in detailed observation. A dysfunctional family and delayed puberty make life miserable for a pre-adolescent growing up in Jerusalem in the 1960's. The film, an adaptation of David Grossman's "The Book of Intimate Grammar", shows our hero, Aharon Kleinfeld, striving to survive his domineering mother, his anti-intellectual father and his own diminutive stature in a setting of a lower-middle-class housing development where gossip is rampant and appearances are all important.


Intimate Grammar Cast

Name Character
Evelyn Kaplun She was 38, now 52 years old as Edna
Orly Silbersatz Banai was 52, now 65 years old as Hinda
Yehuda Almagor He was 51, now 64 years old as Moshe
Roee Elsberg as Aharon

Intimate Grammar Crew

Name Department
David Grossman as Writer. He was 56 (now 69) years old Writing
Nir Bergman as Director. He was 41 (now 54) years old Directing
Nir Bergman as Writer. He was 41 (now 54) years old Writing
Intimate Grammar poster
Intimate Grammar (13 years)

  • Release day: Thursday, September 23, 2010
  • Runtime: 110 minutes