Natalie Portman Speaks Hebrew in Her Directorial Debut ‘A Tale of Love and Darkness’ at the Jewish Film Festival in Head-to-Toe Christian Dior

Is there anything this woman cannot do? Apart from having an impressive acting reel and giving a commencement speech at Harvard — and receiving a degree from Harvard, at that — Natalie Portman also made her directorial debut with the film “A Tale of Love and Darkness.”

Did we mention she spoke Hebrew throughout the entire film? No big deal. And aside from that, she speaks conversational French, Spanish, German and Japanese… as well as her native tongue.

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Natalie closed off her film’s screening at the 2016 New York Jewish Film Festival in a red coat dress by Christian Dior. The brand’s ambassador dressed up her look with funky red-and-black earrings and ink-swirl heeled ankle boots from the fashion house.

Natalie Portman Jewish Festival Dior 3Natalie Portman at the 2016 New York Jewish Film Festival closing night for “A Tale of Love and Darkness” in New York on January 27, 2016

The actress reportedly worked hard to remove her American accent from her Hebrew, since she did grow up in America despite being in an Israeli neighborhood.  We’re not experts so we can’t tell the difference, but just the same, check out her debut film’s trailer below:

Natalie Portman speaks Hebrew in her directorial debut “A Tale of Love and Darkness”

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