A Woman Called Golda

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The story of the Russian-born, Wisconsin-raised woman who rose to become Israel’s prime minister in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

ACTORS :  Ingrid Bergman, Ned Beatty, Franklin Cover

YEAR OF RELEASE :  1982

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A Woman Called Golda, The story of the Russian-born, Wisconsin-raised woman who rose to become Israel’s prime minister in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Brilliantly Told

 
A Woman Called Golda is an excellent film, brilliantly told by her spokeswoman and Golda herself. It is a long film, being a miniseries, but there isn’t one boring moment in the whole film. Ingrid Bergman, I so admired, as far as her acting goes, preferred to work on this film even though she was in a great deal of pain from the cancer that was ravaging her body at the time. I believe the film goes into almost every aspect of Golda’s life and tells of everything she did to obtain peace for Palestine. She was always there whenever the people needed her even after her retirement – always raring to go, always ready to work to make peace. Ingrid Bergman was supreme in her role as Golda because, I feel, she was Swedish and she was playing the part of a Russian woman – in fact, she even looked exactly like Golda Meir. Excellent film and Ingrid Bergman won an Emmy for her performance posthumously. Hope you take the time to watch this one. A good family film that anyone can learn from.

Ingrid ends her career on the highest note

 
Fine saga of a woman of great vision and fortitude. The picture doesn’t sugar coat what Golda had to give up to become who she was and while it pained her to do it somehow she knew it was her destiny to have it happen. Ingrid is great as always, this makes it even more poignant that this was her final work it shows that had she lived there would have continued to be many years of extraordinary work ahead. Judy Davis’ screen time as the young Golda is limited but she conveys the scrappy girl who became the indomitable woman. Also outstanding in his smallish role is Leonard Nimoy as Golda’s husband. An excellent rendering of an important life.

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