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Voyages (1999)

During a tour of a group of Israeli Jews of Polish origin, the bus in which Riwka is located breaks down between Warsaw and Auschwitz.

Director:

Emmanuel Finkiel
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Cast

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

Riwka is 65 years old. His tour bus breaks down between Warsaw and Auschwitz. In the tumult of conversations in Yiddish, anxiety drives you to overflowing. Régine, the same age, thinks to find her old father, who has come to Paris from the other side of Europe. Vera, an 80-year-old Russian, the only one in the world, has just immigrated to Israel at the end of her life. In search of her lost cousin of sight for many years, from bus to bus, alone, foreign to everything, she is lost until exhaustion. And finally in a last bus, by chance, she meets Riwka. Written by D. Meert

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Genres:

Drama

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Nothing against it,nothing for it.
2 February 2001 | by shaidSee all my reviews

OK so a film about The Holocaust is important, however it should be also interesting for us to care. This film is not directly about The Holocaust but what affect it had on those who gone through it. It is divided to three parts and none of the parts has something that will raise the film beyond mediocre one.

Shame though it could have been better since the material has the potential.


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Country:

Poland | France | Belgium

Language:

French | Yiddish | Hebrew | Russian | Polish

Release Date:

22 September 1999 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Memoria (Voyages) See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,055, 17 December 2000

Gross USA:

$1,055
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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