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Voyages
 
 
Artist
Shulamit Adar, Liliane Rovere, Esther Gorintin, Nathan Cogan & others. Emmanuel Finkiel, director.
Studio New Yorker Video
Format DVD Letterbox
DVD Encoding
Region 1: North America  (What is DVD encoding?)
MPAA Rating
Not Rated
UPC 717119778545
Runtime/Release Date 1 hr 55 mins/2005
Daedalus Item Code 35605
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In this interlocking drama's first section, Rivka (Shulamit Adar) is on a bus tour of Poland with her husband and is accidentally left behind after a stop at a cemetery. The second part moves to Paris, where Regine (Liliane Rovère) receives startling news: her father, who supposedly died in a concentration camp, is alive in Lithuania and has a startling tale to tell. In the final segment, Vera (Esther Gorintin) travels from Moscow to Tel Aviv to visit a cousin who is in a rest home. She gets lost and is befriended by Rivka, from the first episode. Voyages was the 1999 feature film debut (and a Cannes/César prize winner) for director Emmanuel Finkiel. In French, Hebrew, and Russian with English subtitles.

"The film's final moments will make you gasp and your heart tingle."—SF Examiner

"Celebrates the courage and the triumph of the human spirit."—Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"This plaintive meditation on memory, identity, and the Holocaust has echoes of the mystical elusiveness of the movies of Krzysztof Kieslowski, for whom Finkiel at one time worked as an assistant…. Rootlessness is the norm; the movie is keenly aware of how the Holocaust and the Jewish diaspora have shaken traditional notions of home and family…. A hushed elegy, Voyages ultimately suggests that hope resides in humanity's resilience and its enduring ability to forge new ties to repair the ones that history has broken."—All Movie Guide

 
 
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