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American-Israeli actress Natalie Portman is facing an angry reaction for her decision to film the adaptation of Amos Oz's A Tale of Love and Darkness in an ultra-Orthodox Jerusalem neighbourhood.
Portman, who is making her directorial debut and also stars in the film, reportedly checked with the Jerusalem Municipality about the filming in the ultra-conservative part of Nachlaot neighbourhood.
However, officials did not inform the residents who wrote a letter complaining that the video feature will take place near synagogues and yeshivot learning institutes.
"The scenes being filmed should have been examined first to make sure they don't offend anybody's sensitivities," the letter stated.