The Women's Balcony
Ismach Hatani

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Heather

Excruciatingly slow-paced and not very funny...not sure why it's tagged as a comedy.

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Arlo

Well written and well acted gentle comedy!

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Michelle

I don't often watch foreign movies with subtitles, but will more often if they are as enjoyable!

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Pat

excellent. So well acted and the message is strong.

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jan

Thought it was about uriniary incontinence in women

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Eileen

Wonderful

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Laura

:)

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MaryAnn

Sweet movie. Pays to be true to yur convictions.

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Jana

Great movie!

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elizabeth

Excellent!! Already watched it twice.

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Gisela

I enjoyed this movie a lot. I recommend it.

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Myron

INTERESTING.

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