Natalie Portman on the Toughest Scene She Had to Direct in A Tale of Love and Darkness

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Natalie Portman is officially a triple threat. Her latest project, an adaptation of Amos Oz’s autobiographical novel A Tale of Love and Darkness, sees the actress writing, directing, and starring in the feature film. Vulture caught up with Portman in New York City to discuss her latest project and the challenges that come with directing.

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Natalie Portman on Her Toughest Scene to Direct