Two Women and a Man, Joanna Führer-Ha’sfari on Justine Frank, 2005 

Two Women and a Man portrays the fictive character of Justine Frank by presenting segments from an interview with yet another fictive persona, Frank’s scholar and the translator of her book to Hebrew. The televised interview serves not only to survey Frank’s work, but also to launch an assault against Roee Rosen, and his manipulative appropriation of Frank’s legacy.

Roee Rosen, Two Women and a Man, 16:15 minutes, 2005