Category Archives: film as life lessons

Exodus: fact and fiction

Anyone interested in the difference between Hollywood version and the documentary of the voyage of the ship “Exodus” can view a documentary but i think that this Hollywood film was able to express the despair of those on board the … Continue reading

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The distant touch-part one and two

Merchak Negia is an Israeli film about the meeting of two very different subcultures in Israel ; ultra orthodox versus Russian new immigrants.  Since there is no English subtitles, there are only Russian subtitles , the film is in Hebrew … Continue reading

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The fundementals of caring: the film and life

It’s not so much about caring as how you learn from other people . The lessons taught are important to remember:  “The lesson that THE FUNDAMENTALS OF CARING opens with is “ALOHA,” an acronym standing for Ask, Listen, Observe, Help, … Continue reading

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yesterday’s gone

“yesterday’s gone and all i want is a smile”   -Neil Diamond “The jazz singer” what was it that  left our boat stranded? Maybe the roles cast was where we went all, you see; me, i  wanted to play “the … Continue reading

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Watch “1927- The Jazz Singer” on YouTube

For all the mothers out there and their children. Al Jolson in the first “talkie” Posted from WordPress for Android

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Watch “1927- The Jazz Singer” on YouTube

The original jazz singer with Al Jolson.The first talkie feom 1927. I don’t know why he painted his face. .. Posted from WordPress for Android

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Watch “The Jazz Singer” on YouTube

My favorite high holidays film. It is a remake of one of  the first talking  film. Laurence olivier plays the stubborn father,a cantor refugee of WW2 who thinks he has to force his son to follow in his footsteps while … Continue reading

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