This is the story of Golda Meir, Israel’s only female prime minister, set against the backdrop of the Agranat Commission investigation.
In the aftermath of the Yom Kippur War, there is fierce public criticism of Meir and Dayan, blaming them for the governmental failures that led to the war and the military failures that caused such extensive losses in it.
A desperate Golda tries to fight these accusations with Dayan, who wants to resign.
Golda’s daughter Chana tries to support her mother, who is ill and exhausted after the war, uncovering her doubts and guilty feelings.
Despite being absolved by the Agranat Commission, Golda ultimately decides to step down.
Produced in collaboration with the Beer-Sheva Theater