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(161) 7.9 78 min 2018

Chasing Portraits is a movie starring Violetta Bachur, Shula Eliaz, and Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett. One man's art. One woman's unexpected path to healing. An American woman's emotional quest to find the art of her Polish-Jewish...

Violetta Bachur, Tyler Knowlton, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Shula Eliaz
Documentary, History
Elizabeth Rynecki

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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, History
Director Elizabeth Rynecki
Writer Josh Peterson, Elizabeth Rynecki
Stars Violetta Bachur, Tyler Knowlton, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Shula Eliaz
Country Israel, Canada, USA, Poland
Runtime 1H 18M
Description One man's art. One woman's unexpected path to healing. An American woman's emotional quest to find the art of her Polish-Jewish great-grandfather, lost during World War II.

Top reviews

Sunday, 12 Apr 2020 13:16

I must admit I've never seen a documentary that dealt with the life of Princess Diana. So I didn't know what to expect. I found the film quite interesting and informative, but I was a bit surprised by what it did show. First, it is quite hard to see this as a documentary. There are some strange shots where the camera doesn't move at all, or even moves a little to the side. Also, you really have to pay attention to follow the events in the movie. Then, the narration is really poorly done, and doesn't say much to the viewers. You are almost constantly reading subtitles in English. This is not something you'd expect to see in a documentary. But it's not all bad. I found it interesting how this movie is like a documentary, but with the twist that it is, in fact, more of a documentary of the life of the Queen, Diana. This is a very important subject to cover, and it's very well done. It also shows a lot of new information that was not even known before. For example, the wedding in France. It was a big surprise to me that Diana chose this location. It was a great way to show that Diana is a leader. And it also shows that she was actually the Queen, the sovereign, when she wanted to be. What's also amazing is that this movie was made before the events happened, so it does not give the impression that Diana was in the wrong for doing what she did. But it does show a lot of things that people would think, but it doesn't show anything that they didn't know. It also shows that even though Diana was the Queen, she was still a princess and a princess has to be a strong woman. Also, it shows that Diana was very quiet, but she had a lot of friends and even the royal family did not know what to do with her. She was a princess, and she didn't have to talk much. Also, it shows that Prince William was very protective of her, even though she was very shy. Also, it shows that the royal family did not know what to do with Diana. She was a princess, so they could not take her away. Finally, I found the movie a little boring and too long. It's very hard to follow the entire documentary in a movie. And the movie could have used a little more color and less of a monochrome look. The color of the film is extremely dark, and you cannot see anything in it except for the music. That was the main problem. It also made the movie very boring and not very interesting.
Thursday, 09 Apr 2020 03:46

This is a must see documentary that explores the lives of women who have been very active in the fight against child abuse. The documentary starts with a series of interviews with women who were abused and want to stop it. The women in the interviews share their experiences with varying degrees of clarity and intensity. The interviews cover a wide range of topics, including child abuse, depression, post traumatic stress disorder, sexual abuse, marriage and divorce, and abortion. There are also several short films produced to accompany the interviews and introduce the women to their families, friends, and community. As the interviews are conducted, the documentary focuses on some of the most controversial and important issues in the lives of these women. There are several features that make this film unique. The interviews are completely off the record and are conducted in a very calm, relaxed, and collected way. The interviews are also edited to give the viewer a sense of context and the interviews are interspersed throughout the documentary so that we are continually learning about the women and their families. Most important is the lack of focus on the child abusers. When we see these women talk about the abuse, we see children that are being abused. However, there is no way to know for sure whether this child was abused. There is also no way to know if the child is still alive. The interviews are a great tool to get the real story of the women, however they are not always followed up with any follow up interviews. We are left wondering what happens to these women. While the women do talk openly about their experiences, they do not talk about what happens to them or how they recover from the abuse. In many cases, we do not get to know these women in any depth. The documentary was also edited in such a way that we do not hear the voices of the people who were abused. This gives us a more intimate perspective on the women. The women also are not interviewed by their abusers. This gives us a more personal and emotional story that is not captured by the interviews. This is a good technique and does not give us the people's voice. Most importantly, there are no actors in the interviews. These interviews are real. Many of the women tell the stories from their own perspective, with no actors and with no cutaways or special effects. This allows us to hear the stories from the women and to see the evidence that they provide. This is a great way to get a more intimate perspective on the women and to see their story. This is a must see film and is well worth watching. I highly recommend it.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 21:34

I am an 18 year old adult living in Brooklyn, New York. I was first introduced to the personal and political themes of the film by a professor of mine. This was the beginning of an understanding that I would never be able to explain in any academic class, much less in an academic writing assignment. I have been a user of iTunes ever since. And after watching this film, I have found many things I hadn't thought of before. I have read a lot of the other reviews and find them to be largely lacking. I am surprised that some of the reviews have mentioned what I consider to be the most important issue in the film: the need for discussion and understanding. There is very little of that in the film. The only other "question" that was raised in the film was the need to be more politically aware. I can understand why this is the case, but the film does not adequately address the need for an informed public and discussion on the issues that we as Americans have to address, and where our government has to deal with them. When you go to the voting booth, you vote for an individual and his or her position. You don't vote for the person or party that is running for office. In the case of the Democrats, there is no reason to vote for them. What this film addresses, and I think is also crucial, is the need for people to have a voice. The need for an informed public. I think that the film is very well done, with some very interesting points and very powerful moments. It is good to see this in a documentary form. Unfortunately, this is not an award-winning film. I am not sure if the Academy is that progressive or if they will recognize this for what it is. I am certain that they will not. I will not be voting for them. I think that if you are a Bernie Sanders supporter, I think you will feel the same. I think that the film will help you to see a side of our country and a side of our political system that many people have not seen, and that is the side of our government that needs to be changed. I think it is very important to have that type of discussion, to have that type of discussion. I am sure that many of you who are not part of this society have not had that conversation with anyone in your life. But this film is an important one and I would encourage people to watch it. My father was a member of the Communist Party in the 1950s and my mother is the daughter of a Communist Party member. We have never been able to discuss these issues with them. As such
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 19:30

I've seen a lot of films, but few have really touched me like this one. I never expected to be moved like I was, and I had trouble with the end. The emotions of the subjects and the film were really overwhelming. It's been a year since I saw this, and I still have the same amount of emotions. Maybe I'm just accustomed to seeing oldies, but this one still makes me angry and sad, and it made me feel the same way as the subjects. I'm not a religious person, but the whole religious aspect of the film, and the moral of the story was very real to me. This movie will definitely touch people and make them think. I have to say, the way they presented the religious aspects of the film was fantastic. I didn't even realize it until I saw it, but it was actually very impressive. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a good movie that will make them think, and a real emotional experience. I'd say it's a 9/10. There are many different points of view, and I can't say that this film is the best one. The story is very interesting, but I think some parts were kind of rushed or short, but it wasn't really that bad. I think the film was able to do so much in a short time, and it's amazing how much these two people have come from nothing to where they are now. I hope that the "making of" documentary was made because it's really informative. I would definitely recommend seeing this film if you're looking for a good movie. It really touches you, and makes you feel the same emotions the people in it did.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 12:18

I just wanted to make a statement. I was recently in the Philippines and was so disgusted with the way my own country was portrayed as a "prostitution city" (whatever that means) and a "rape city" (whatever that means) and, in particular, how my own country was depicted as a "repressed" country. I think that when a country is portrayed as such a backwards place, it's hard to maintain a sense of humanity and self-worth. And, I don't mean that in a negative way. But it was so unfortunate to see how the Philippines was depicted in a positive way, especially when it was only a couple of years ago when we were a "prostitution city." I was shocked to see how many people that actually knew the Philippines and its culture (and its problems) that were proud to see the Philippines portrayed in such a positive way. When I was in my childhood, I was fascinated by the Philippine culture and its people. I had a very good teacher and a very good friend. And, I even grew up with my mother's Filipino family. So, when I was watching this film, I was very, very moved. It was wonderful to see my mother's Philippines and how it was portrayed in such a positive way. My mother's father was a very pious man, but, he did not keep the Philippines as a paradise, but rather, he allowed the Philippines to be a living, breathing and vibrant country. And, my mother's father was very respectful to his country and it's people. So, when I saw this film, it was hard for me to believe that, when I was a kid, I was very young and I did not even know the Philippines. And, when I was a teenager, I saw a lot of good and bad things in the Philippines. But, I was always very aware of what was good and what was bad. I was always aware of the difference between good and bad. I was aware that the Philippines was a "reign of terror" and "rape capital" for its own citizens. But, I was also aware that the Philippines was also a beautiful and vibrant country. So, I was very, very moved by this film. I was very proud of the Philippines. I was extremely proud of the Philippines. And, it was very, very sad to see how, in a positive way, my mother's Philippines was depicted in the film. And, I was very, very sad that I could not see this film more often because I was so, so, so, very, very, very, very, very

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