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(554) 6.5 119 min 2015

Tikkun is a movie starring Aharon Traitel, Khalifa Natour, and Riki Blich. An ultra-orthodox scholar is revived after dying for 40 minutes. After coming back to life, he suddenly feels a strange awakening in his body and suspects...

Starring
Khalifa Natour, Gur Sheinberg, Riki Blich, Aharon Traitel
Genres
Drama, Mystery
Director
Avishai Sivan

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Mystery
Director Avishai Sivan
Writer Avishai Sivan
Stars Khalifa Natour, Gur Sheinberg, Riki Blich, Aharon Traitel
Country Israel
Also Known As Tikkoun, ティクン 世界の修復
Runtime 1H 59M
Description An ultra-orthodox scholar is revived after dying for 40 minutes. After coming back to life, he suddenly feels a strange awakening in his body and suspects that God is testing him.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 21:53

I have seen this film three times, and each time I am more enthralled with the film. It is so brilliant, it is almost too much to take in. A very beautifully shot film with very well written dialogs. The dialogue, for me, was extremely important, for the film to be able to be as successful as it was. It is a unique and haunting film. A very interesting and meaningful story, and one that left me in tears. It is the story of a young man, whose father has just died. He is constantly depressed and very difficult to live with, and is the only child that the mother has. She is extremely protective of him, and is the only person who he has to rely on. He also has a brother who is a good but strict father. There is also a child he knows that is not very well, who is the son of the wealthy man. The son of the rich man is the younger brother of the man who is the son of the mother. The son is very much like the son of the rich man, and is very similar to the son of the mother. The mother wants the son to return home, but when he does not, she is so angry, she beats him. She wants him to live in her house, but he refuses to leave. She keeps coming after him, and he does not go to her house. He continues to live with his older brother and mother. He is so unhappy, and does not have a friend. He tries to get through his life by doing things he likes, and that makes him happy. His brother and mother is very nice people, and he feels that he has always been loved by them. The story is told through the eyes of the son, and the story is told through the eyes of the mother. The story is told from the son's point of view. It is very difficult to watch, but if you get to see it three times, it will be as wonderful as it was when I first saw it. I do not recommend it to people with low IQs or very weak stomachs, but if you like the story, it is a wonderful film.
Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 16:56

The French New Wave director Jean-Luc Godard has always been a fan of David Lean's satirical film comedies, and this is no exception. Lean's political satire is both brutal and humorous, and he often makes his characters seem like real people. In his latest film, "Tikkun", Godard takes a more serious tone, and shows a number of individuals, all of whom are good-hearted and do not appear to be malicious. The film also contains some humorous moments, especially when we see a group of people who have taken a vow of silence. However, Godard's character in this film is also a little odd, and the film seems to be a little bit lacking in substance. We do not know much about him, and there is a lot of other characters in the film, so it is difficult to get to know them. Also, the movie seems to drag a little bit, and it is difficult to get into the characters' lives. Godard also does not do a very good job at showing the characters' emotions, and his commentary on modern life in France seems a little too sophisticated for the audience. But, I believe that Godard's film is a very interesting look at life in France during the 1960's. The characters in this film seem like real people, and the message of the film seems to be that there is nothing wrong with being a good person, even if you are a little odd. I also think that Godard's film is worth seeing for the quality of the performances. Emmanuelle Beart and Pierre Vallee are great in this film, and they both did a great job in bringing the characters to life. Also, Jean-Louis Trintignant is very good as the main character, and his performance was also very good. I believe that Godard's film is a good film, and I think that it is worth seeing.


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