He's a producer, actor, screenwriter and director. Dani Levy explains why he loves Jewish humor, prefers comedies and why his new film has a single mother as its hero.
Director Dani Levy is our guest on Kino: Why he loves Jewish humour, prefers to direct comedies and why his latest film has a single mother as its hero.
Director Dani Levy is our guest on Kino: Why he loves Jewish humour, prefers to direct comedies and why his new film has a single mother as its hero.
Director Dani Levy is our guest on KINO: Why he loves Jewish humor, prefers to direct comedies and why his new film has a single mother as its hero.
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