Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem

Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem
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Katie

very beautiful

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Eve

Astonishing...had no idea about the powerful, anachronistic Israeli religious establishment.

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John

First rate. A superb film on all counts. The performance of Ronit Elkabetz both when she is verbal and silent is extraordinary.

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CA

Superb acting. It's unsettling that there is so much meddling, especially by men, in the lives of this couple, and that the whole process lasted as long as it did. I can imagine this happens in real life - what a nightmare.

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Jacqueline

I remember this watching film and was blown away by the performance of Ronit Elkabetz. I am now a fan Menache Noy & Shlomi Elkabetz

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