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Natalie Portman Set to Direct 'A Tale of Love and Darkness'

February 18, 2008 (4:44 am) GMT
Reported earlier to be eyeing a director role in the adaptation project of Amos Oz's memoir, the 'Garden State' actress has been reported to land the part in the project.

Reported earlier that the depicter of Padme Amidala in the Star Wars prequel trilogy has expressed her desire to take charge behind the camera, it is said that the Golden Globe-winning actress has been set to make her directorial debut. According to New York Post's gossip column Page Six, the 26-year-old actress has been set to helm a film project in Hebrew "".

The Israeli-born Hollywood star revealed to W magazine about her interest in the adaptation project of Amos Oz's memoir saying, "I've been reading Oz since high school, and when I read his biography I just sort of saw it." On taking her first part behind the camera, she earlier told Variety about the project stating, "We all have the same desire to make meaningful and artistically fulfilling films and are committed to the idea of stories leading to greater empathy and action for world issues."

The Havard-graduate has recently appeared in drama comedy film "" alongside and , as well as in drama fantasy "" with and . On February 29, her latest film "" in which she stars opposite and is scheduled to hit the theaters.

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