Menachem Daum, the son of holocaust survivors, and a New York Orthodox Jew worries that both of his sons, full time yeshiva students who live with their families in Israel, are becoming ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hiding and Seeking: Faith and Tolerance After the Holocaust
Menachem Daum, the son of holocaust survivors, and a New York Orthodox Jew worries that both of his sons, full time yeshiva students who live with their families in Israel, are becoming ...
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Hiding and Seeking: Faith and Tolerance After the Holocaust torrent reviews
Derrick B (br) wrote: Just average. Nothing here that wasn't covered in other documentaries. Hearing and seeing Ali interact with his kids was a nice touch though.
James R (kr) wrote: I don't post movie reviews. This movie was so atrocious I would feel guilty not warning humanity against watching it. I stopped about 1 hour into the movie. Even a homeless person's time is better spent not watching this garbage.
Michael C (us) wrote: Tis awful shite, slightly enjoyable if you see it for free and don't have any expectations. The "bad on purpose" stick the film kept beating me in the face with felt kinda lazy (unlike, let's say, Toyko Gore Police, which was bad on purpose in a good kinda way).
Anthony M (ca) wrote: Le rythme ne me convient pas.
Kollin C (kr) wrote: Pretty Good For A SyFy Original, Decent Effects, Decent Acting.
Shane S (ca) wrote: A very good sci-fi/horror film, with an ending I never saw coming. Good cast. Some good action. Its also kind of claustrophobic. Worth a look.
Arthur S (mx) wrote: Uninteresting. Most of the characters, including the protagonist, are either unlikable or repulsive. Putting a paranoid driving instructor at the center of the film made the film a chore to watch.
Onno v (ru) wrote: nog wel een beetje spannend voor de kids (was ook eigenlijk vanaf 9 jaar), maar verder leuke film!
Toni S (ca) wrote: Rather enjoyable crime comedy with Samuel L. Jackson doing what he does best.
Mark A (ca) wrote: Eastwood is fantastic in front of and behind the camera, but Pale Rider drags for far too long and fails to offer up a satisfying ending
Michael T (nl) wrote: Much ado about nothing.
Chase V (ca) wrote: El Topo is weird. Fantastically weird. It is a near-perfect mix of allegory, art, violence and entertainment.
Branham N (jp) wrote: One of the less enjoyable entries from Clint Eastwood.
Kim B (au) wrote: I don't care what critics say, the soundtrack, fashion, and makeup are all fantastic in the haute 60s manner. It's really a movie aimed at girls and the men are are all so handsome in this movie and the girls are very pretty. I never read the book so it's hard for me to compare it, although everyone who has says this stinks. Therefore it's good if u haven't read the book. I didn't realize Sharon Tate was in this movie, she seemed like a sweet soul.
Steven B (fr) wrote: An admirable sequel. Balances charm and mystery with old school elegance.
Chris D (ca) wrote: Very powerfully shot film, although I really didn't care for the political shot at capitalism, with the made-up story of Englishman cheating Mongolians on fur trades, not to mention the main story. But ignoring the propaganda and just focusing on the story telling, this is a very potent film on the clash of civilizations and the greed of an empire (film: English, actual: Russian). If I hadn't known otherwise, I would have swore this was an Eisenstein film, it uses the same style of strong imagery and dramatic montage to paint a soaring picture of a civilization different from our own. My favorite part of the film was actually near the beginning, the shots of the Mongolian hut, where the descendants of Genghis Khan live, as regular tradespeople. It made me wish for a different film, on the culture of these remarkable people, but it went a different, still interesting, direction. My only qualms are the pacing, which was sluggish at times, and the tribal music, which really grated on me after being played for what seemed like 10 minutes. The second point is pretty trivial though, and it actually was another comparison of how different civilizations use music in worship.