Golda: Nerves of Steel, Worth the Reel

Fickle critics who panned Golda (written by Nicholas Martin and directed by Guy Nattiv) must be a literal bunch as I really enjoyed the atmospheric slice of life biopic.
Speaking for myself, I’m done with war carnage scenes and feel just as moved by the music and human screams invoked in Golda. So I applaud the writer and director for displaying the horrors in a different light. When Rami Heuberger looks aghast from his plane at the total blowout of his countrymen, I get it! His performance was on par with Helen Mirren as the lead. Dalia Librus should also be lauded as the dutiful stenographer who works through her worst fears with her son being on the front lines; spectacular acting in a suspenseful film!
Well worth seeing on the big screen.

By Goldie

Aspiring writer who has retired from the institution of education. I've written plays, three of which have been performed both in Rochester NY and here in Sarasota FL. I also write stand up and obviously, film critique. My comment section does not work, so please email me your comments at

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