Film follows dramatized version of Hollywood director’s household growing up within the 1950 and ’60s
Steven Spielberg’s autobiographical movie “The Fabelmans” had its Israeli premiere on Monday.
The movie follows a dramatized version of the Hollywood director’s family growing up within the 1950s and ’60s navigating their life.
Moviegoers flocked to Cinema City Glilot in Ramat HaSharon for the special screening.
His experiences as a Jewish boy growing up in post-World War II period Arizona are highlighted in the movie. He started his journey to beat the world via cinema.
Spielberg lately took to the pink carpet for the world premiere at the AFI Film Festival in Los Angeles and spoke about exposing his most intimate experiences on the large display.
“I’m not holding up a little vainness hand mirror to my face. This is a giant universal reflection I think of everybody, all over the place with siblings. With mother and father. With issues at school. With a ardour. A hobby. Something that becomes a career,” Spielberg said.
“The Fabelmans” offers the viewers so much to consider.
“I actually enjoyed the facet of seeing the mother and father pushing their kids to do the issues that are actually good for them. Well accomplished to these parents who are encouraging their children,” a moviegoer advised i24NEWS.
The film involves Israeli theaters on November 24.