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(373) 7.2 82 min 2017

Itzhak is a movie starring Itzhak Perlman, Toby Perlman, and Alan Alda. A look at the life, work and religious heritage of violinist Itzhak Perlman.

Alan Alda, Billy Joel, Itzhak Perlman, Toby Perlman
Alison Chernick

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Alison Chernick
Writer Alison Chernick, Helen Yum
Stars Alan Alda, Billy Joel, Itzhak Perlman, Toby Perlman
Country Israel, USA
Also Known As Itzhak Perlman - Ein Leben für die Musik, Itzhak & Toby
Runtime 1H 22M
Description A look at the life, work and religious heritage of violinist Itzhak Perlman.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 02:21

I agree with the other reviewers that have stated how important this film is. This is what the media is not saying - the exploitation of human beings for profit. I can only wonder how many other people agree with me? We are being sold our dreams for a reason - it is not good to be an addict, at least not to the point that they would ruin their lives and dreams. This is about the exploitation of our mental and physical health, our love of our families and what we value most. It is about how we will get us closer to God. We are not giving our selves up to be created "perfection". We are already perfect and that is what we are looking for. In the world of usury, we are already manipulated in every way and every hour of our lives. Do we care? Absolutely not! The process that we take for granted as normal, is done through the automatic and subconscious aspects of our brain. The electronic age has its own importance for us as people. We take for granted what the real value of the internet is. This documentary tells us how all the elements of our world, of the world are being manipulated. This is what the experts say and the expert directors say. I also think that this documentary is a good picture of what the international media is not saying. The world of usury is probably the biggest arena where that exploitation takes place. It is time that the media begins to tell the truth. How would people feel if their loved ones are being manipulated, sold, deceived and exploited? Do they want to see them just as they are? Of course not. I urge you to go and see this film, not for a "fun" ride but to understand that these are not things we want to hear. Do we really want our children to be condemned to a life of addiction? Do we want our kids to live in a world that is the lowest stage of human existence? Do we want them to be constantly deceived by people who don't have the slightest concern about their souls, not the least when they are young? I think so. I also think that this is the first time I have ever heard the voice of someone telling me that I was doing a good job. I am glad to see that someone had the courage to tell me that I was not doing a good job. But I have been hearing from the media that this was a "bad job". I hope that those people can understand that I was very well paid to do my job and I do not regret it. To those of you who criticize this film because it is trying to make you happy, you don't have a heart and I cannot understand how you can accept this film because it is not about money, it is about people's lives being destroyed for money. This is not a movie about money. This is a movie about people and their lives being destroyed for money. People have made their own fun and profit and I appreciate that! I hope that it has an impact. The bottom line is that you have to have courage to tell the truth and that is what you get in this film.
Friday, 29 May 2020 20:15

The film begins with the relationship between the Pakistani-born, Israeli-born-Jew, Oshri, and his married American wife. They are devout Muslims, and Oshri is one of the most devoted. Their children, both U.S. citizens, are growing up in the liberal and urbanized atmosphere of New York City. Their politics are libertarian, in which the wealthy have a right to do as they please with their money, and the poor are taught that they are not human beings. Oshri meets Johnnie Robbins, a young feminist writer and commentator, and they become fast friends. Robbins was born in Ethiopia and has lived in Britain and Israel. Oshri also meets Nina Khouri, an Israeli expatriate, who, like the Israelis, is a liberal and her children grew up in the city. Both Oshri and Robbins are civil rights activists. In response to the US government's opposition to "terrorism", Oshri, Robbins, and others have organized a protest march to the Pentagon on the day of the Gulf War. They arrive at 9:00, walk four blocks, and no one is arrested. After the march, the Israeli soldiers show up to their protest, and they are shot. At the protest the American soldiers are separated from their families. Oshri's lawyer arranges for the Israelis and their families to join the rally at the Pentagon, but at 11:00 the protesters return to the rally to be arrested. Oshri is released, his wife is not. Although Robbins tries to convince his wife that he is innocent, she cannot accept that, and she chooses to forgive him. Oshri is asked to testify to the committee investigating the war crimes committed by the Israelis, but Oshri, who had written an article entitled "A Free Israel," is reluctant. The evidence against the Israelis is overwhelming, and Oshri cannot defend himself, and the army guards take him away and charge him with espionage. In court Oshri is convicted, and his conviction is upheld. As a result of his conviction and his treatment in prison, he has trouble sleeping, and begins to believe that God is punishing him. Oshri's wife kills herself, and when he is released he is deeply depressed and does not talk to her for some time. He takes a job at a bookshop and eventually begins to write a memoir, though he must work long hours to make ends meet. As time passes, his depression and despair intensify, and the film makes a disturbing observation about the difference between the old, middle-class Jewish people, and the new, poor, Palestinian-descended Jews. There are moments of hope, but also moments of despair. Oshri returns to his former religion, and when he asks Robbins to marry him he expresses a longing to return to his religious roots. After some hesitation, he agrees to the marriage. In the beginning of the film, Oshri tells Robbins that he was very lonely, that he was thinking of leaving Judaism, and that he had been interested in a religious conversion. He accepts the marriage, but writes a book on homosexuality and displays it at his own bookstore. Before Robbins' wedding he insists that Oshri join him in visiting his mother in Israel, who, after Oshri's arrest, is sent to prison on charges of espionage. During the film, we hear Robbins' reflections on the experience of his wife and son. He is profoundly moved by the experience, and he goes home to his wife, a friend of his brother's, and to his wife's family, who see his defection as an attempt to start a new life in Israel. Robbins tells him that there is a certain feeling of guilt for what he did, and his wife says to him, "But, Israel has changed." This comment contains an
Saturday, 09 May 2020 23:15

This film is not for the faint of heart, with disturbing, unredeemed scenes of torture, and ghastly imagery of rape and child abuse. The key event for me was not the incident itself, but rather the manner in which it was presented. The filmmaker depicted the incident by only showing a series of still photos and blank screen, instead of the gruesome images they would inevitably be seen as. This is a very important aspect of this film, but even more so, it's the deliberate difference in the presentation. The first half of the film is like a documentary, showcasing how a group of Nazis abused and tormented children (not just adults, mind you, but children as well), and in the second half, it's all pictures and black screen. It's not until the end that the violence becomes just a little more graphic, and when it does, it's heavily reminiscent of a horror film, instead of an assault on the senses. I also think that this film is more accurate in its portrayal of how society deals with such things than many other films, such as Cronenberg's "The Fly" (1988), and "Schindler's List" (1993), for example. Perhaps the most disturbing part of this film, however, is the effect it has on its viewers, and I don't think this is a film intended to make its audience more comfortable. Just like how a Holocaust survivor must look after her parents, this director does a lot of research on the holocaust, and how it affected all of its victims, even its helpless ones. But it's not always a pleasant experience, as people from all different backgrounds have their share of speaking to the director. I must admit, I've had a few long conversations with other people who have seen this film, and what's been most interesting is how they've compared it to other films. I can't even begin to describe the power it has on its audience, and it's certainly not an enjoyable film to watch, but at the same time, I can't think of a more powerful way to educate an audience than to expose them to a documentary in its entirety. I highly recommend this film, because it's a unique experience, and a powerful one at that.
Thursday, 07 May 2020 02:33

Film by Arie Ramezani. While working as a production designer, he has directed several short films which are in the library of the city of Abu Dhabi. The first of these is The Spanish Monk. This is a documentary about the international competition called the "Paradise" which takes place every year. The runners who will be competing in this competition is a group of three people. This documentary takes the place of the fact that those of you who have not been there, and haven't seen what these three people are going through would be interested in this documentary. This documentary brings to light what these three people go through in a short period of time. It also touches upon the idea of being unable to leave your country of origin when your life changes. One of the three runners who will be competing in the "Paradise" is a computer geek, whom you may remember from a video game in which he beat the computer in 3 seconds, as well as a french film star, who you may remember from an American movie called "Closer." What makes this film so extraordinary is the fact that the film is being shot on a shoestring budget, and the fact that it is being filmed in the UAE. By having the filmmaker provide all the material, and so the government in Abu Dhabi and the city of Dubai, they actually wanted to contribute to the film. It is very important to us that people understand what this film means and can be seen as a documentary, not as a documentary about the competition. I believe this film would help people understand the importance of international film competitions, and how they can help the world of cinema become a better place. This film is very good and can be seen in your local theater. I would recommend this film to those who are interested in international film competitions, and want to get a sense of what it is like to be a runner. I would also recommend this film to those who are looking to learn more about international film competition. The film has been shot in the UAE, and I believe the city of Abu Dhabi would be interested in making this film available to the public.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 18:15

This documentary tells the story of three men who live in the world of electronic cigarettes, who are trying to help the citizens of the world to stop smoking cigarettes. There are two types of electronic cigarettes: electronic cigarettes which can be bought and sold, and electronic cigarettes that can be bought and used. They use the names of the products to classify them, and thus they are called electronic cigarettes. These three guys who are part of this group of e-cigarette smokers have put together all the facts that they know about electronic cigarettes, and they are going to try to stop the smoking of electronic cigarettes. Because this is an important issue, they are going to present it to the world. They are going to say that electronic cigarettes have been used for less than 10 years and they were invented for the benefit of tobacco companies. They are going to ask the public in front of the embassies and the presidents of different countries to agree to a global treaty to ban electronic cigarettes, to the extent that all countries would ban electronic cigarettes and those who did not use electronic cigarettes would have to be registered for the purpose of being legally permitted to buy them. In general, they want to make a good progress in the war against smoking. The story is interesting and very interesting because it is about the small group of electronic cigarette smokers who are going to do the very important work and the good way of telling the truth to the world about electronic cigarettes. It is very important to the whole world. So, it is a good film. I would recommend it for everybody. It is a great documentary. You should watch it. I give it an 8/10.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 01:45

This is a very controversial and controversial film, and it is not for everyone. But it is as powerful a document about human behavior and it is as important to view it as it is to view a hundred documentaries about the Holocaust or World War II. It is also as powerful a documentary about how a growing number of media outlets and for those who do not have the attention span of a drooling worm, whether that be in news or entertainment or whatever else, can exert and amplify a culture's and society's perceptions about themselves and about others, which becomes self-fulfilling prophecies. The themes that this film explores are numerous and are as diverse as the characters they portray. We see how the media and culture are manipulated by this constant barrage of images and reports, with their accompanying names and stories. We see how the media, and not just those in the newsroom, are the victims of the actions of one another, and that the media today seems to have gotten very little training in how to take out this kind of pressure. The examples are innumerable and most shocking. We also see how most of these stories are overwhelmingly sensational and we get the feeling that the audience has never read a book, watched a film or read a newspaper. We see the gap between the vision and reality presented in the media, and we also see how people who are a little more intellectual may have a certain bias about what is real and what is not. We also see how the Internet and social media are eroding the ability of the media to sort out fact from fiction. And we see how the environment can be manipulated and manipulated again, so much so that it is now very difficult to get a source of information from a newspaper or a website because the stories that appear on these sites have been changed by other websites. All of these are concepts that are incredibly well researched and discussed. I also loved the story of how an individual's decision to sue the media came about. There are many interesting aspects to this film, but I think that the best part about this film is its integrity. It is very easy for a film to be rushed, to be edited, to be rewritten, to be cut, to be edited again, to be re-edited, to be edited again, to be re-edited and all of these things are happening at a massive scale. This film is incredibly rare and rare to get. It is especially important to see this film, because its ideas are important. But I think it is important to know that this film is coming out about a subject that affects one in a thousand, one in a million, one in a billion, one in billions of lives. This film affects one person in the next dozen years, maybe, and one person in the next three hundred years. What this film has done is actually educate us on a topic that we have never been taught and has done so without being sensationalized and sensationalized. And that is what a very important document about a topic as important as this would do. I hope that this film makes it to as many people as possible. It would be an absolutely wonderful thing if it did.

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