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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shulamit Adar ...
Rivka
Liliane Rovère ...
Regine
Esther Gorintin ...
Vera
Natan Cogan ...
Graneck
Mosko Alkalai ...
Shimon (as Moscu Alcalay)
Maurice Chevit ...
Mendelbaum
Michael Shillo ...
Monsieur Katz (as Michaël Shillo)
Abraham Leber ...
Mr. Zalcberg
Alain Zylbering ...
Max
Patrick Lizana ...
Henri
Magda Czartoryjska ...
Guide
Reuven Shefer ...
Lev (as Reuven Sheffer)
Avrom Perel ...
Millo
Eva Judkiewicz ...
Mme. Zalcberg (as Eva Judkiewiecz)
Paula Levy ...
Mme. Sonia
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22 September 1999 (France)  »

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Memoria (Voyages)  »

Box Office

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$1,055 (USA) (15 December 2000)

Gross:

$1,055 (USA) (15 December 2000)
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subtle film leaves for imagination
11 February 2001 | by (Tampa, FL) – See all my reviews

According to one of the review, the director used to be assitant director to one of Kieslowski's film. Being a fan to Kieslowski's film, I could see the influence of story construction and telling on this film.

The film is about three women, somewhat related, mostly because all the women in these stories lived in Paris before WWII. It's different from most films is that there is no urgent mission to be accomplished, or grand political/cultural statement to be made, in another word, no heros or villians. Rather, it's like looking at passing of time for people 50 years after WWII, who happens to be Holocust survivors.

When their life intersect, there is a mysticism (like from Kieslowski's "Double life of Veroniqe") that make me speculate, are they long lost relatives to each other? Of course, the answer is not important, rather, the raising of the question is enough to let you feel the impact of history on these survivors.

The acting is minimalistic, but it's very effective. It has an air of wistfulness and timelessness to it. Not for everyone, but good for me.


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