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Meryl Streep herself had many questions after seeing the film. She, together with 1,600 filmmakers, cineastes, and critics from all over the world, was at the grand Berlinale Palast at 9:30 on a chilly February morning to watch Lav’s eight-hour masterpiece from beginning to end. “Hele” eventually won the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize, earning the cast and crew coveted spots at the festival’s exclusive Jury’s Dinner.

 

 

Streep, the jury president, approached the cast at their table and rattled off question after question about the film. “Hele” eventually won the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize, earning the cast and crew coveted spots at the festival’s exclusive Jury’s Dinner.

 

Meryl Streep herself had many questions after seeing the film. She, together with 1,600 filmmakers, cineastes, and critics from all over the world, was at the grand Berlinale Palast at 9:30 on a chilly February morning to watch Lav’s eight-hour masterpiece from beginning to end. “Hele” eventually won the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize, earning the cast and crew coveted spots at the festival’s exclusive Jury’s Dinner.