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Plot: From a screenplay by Sebastián Lelio and Rebecca Lenkiewicz, the film follows a woman as she returns to her Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her decades earlier for an attraction to a female childhood friend. Once back, their passions reignite as they explore the boundaries of faith and… Runtime: 114 min Release Date: 27 Apr 2018
Touching story about a woman Weisz who leaves her home to be free but keeps holds on her childhood home and best friends, when she returnes to buried her late father, she realizes they always been in her heart. The movie is touching, heart warming and at times sad. Watch it please!
Extraordinarily ExquisiteFilm (by harrisdoran)
This is an extraordinarily exquisite film. From the script to the execution it is a complex, daring, bold, and vulnerable portrait of the inside of the human soul. A must see.
This doesn't end bad as some may say (by anelsg)
This is not a story of a women caving in as some said, this is a realistic portait of a women that grew in a harsh community and succeed to confront her homosexuality. The acting of both Rachaels is superb, academy material ! And the male character is really complex and beautiful
very complex and very well done (by michaeljtrubic)
This project attracted the efforts of an abundance of talents because these are very good roles. Men and women alike. Roles that actors really want.The complexity of the two leading lady roles must have drawn an abundance of female actresses and the two Rachels are close to perfect.The Q&A was particularly revealing.The young and very witty director shone at the Q&A. This was his first English language film from this Spanish speaking Chilean director and for him to put together a smooth running evenly paced film with such complexity is very illustrative of his talent and abilities.As <more>
to which female role is the supporting role I am not sure. They are both very good roles.
About Disobedience. I finally got to see it. Yes, slow paced, but how incredible acting of the main caracters. Everybody mentions the two Rachels I've been a massive fan of Weisz since I saw I Want You 1998 with Nivola - and hats off, but Allesandro Nivola - he was such a revelation. And I am a lesbian. I am also an atheist, and all that orthodox stuff is unbelivable no matter what religion they claim. But in this movie Nivola gave it meening as he invited to a group hug and freed the three of them. I found it beautifull. What happened in their lives after the film ended was surely <more>
not written in stone. I am so happy this film was made by international people and not by Hollywood - not that they would have made it. Now - that hyped up love scene - what's so spectacular about that ? It's usual - not like in American movies Americans really have a problem about sexuality . Well done, as all of the film was. See it.
Great performance from all the cast!!! Well done (by P_ink986)
I was expecting the movie to be really slow and not to my taste. But I have to say I enjoyed the movie, both Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz have AMAZING chemistry together, the sex scene was so well done and realistic. This scene was all about Etsi and they looked so natural together. They heated up the screen!Growing up in a community with strict rules and not being able to express who you really are is the hardest thing and you feel suffocated. It was great to see Etsi grow and express who she really is. No villains in this movie and that's what I like about it, the ending could have <more>
been better as many lesbian movies are portrayed with a sad ending which is a shame. This is the only reason I have given the film 9* instead of 10*. The passion between both characters was great. Well done to both actresses.
While the movie is very slow paced, the story is a beautiful one! The two actresses are brilliant on their own, and shine together in this film. Worth a watch for any lover of cinema.
Incredible and Authentic Depiction (by Jaffe)
Ronit Rachel Weisz , a single middle-aged photographer, returns to England from New York following the death of her father, an esteemed ultra-Orthodox rabbi who had been the unparalleled Torah and spiritual leader of this non-Hasidic congregation and its institutions despite, as can be derived from context, having begun his adult life as a Zionist-leaning scion . It immediately becomes evident that due to personal issues she had left the community at a very young age and never looked back. As the story develops, we learn that Esti Rachel McAdams , now wife of Dovid Kuperman the departed <more>
rabbi's chief disciple and heir apparent, played by Alessandro Nivola had struggled with similar issues alongside Ronit in their youth but had chosen a drastically different method of coping.With Ronit's return, old sentiments are dredged up in a manner that upends the lives of all three in a community that simply has not developed tools for dealing with the full spectrum of matters involving private life, nature and choice that have in recent years become so normalized that we hardly lend them so much weight.As each of the three struggle to cope with their issues, it becomes clear that there is a void in place of a guide in the doctrine of the community and that there is no one right way to cope with outlying struggles.The directing of the picture and the portrayal of the three main characters is stellar. Having come from this background, I can testify that aside from two seven-candle menorahs, this picture stands out as the most authentic portrayal of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in motion picture history.
Riveting, Thoughtful, Complex Drama (by bastille-852-731547)
This new film from Sebastian Lelio tells the moving story of a woman who goes home to her Orthodox Jewish community in London for her father's a rabbi funeral. While there, she falls in love with a woman she knew from the past. Lelio builds a stirring portrait of an Orthodox Jewish family that feels both close-knit and intricate at the same time. The culture of such a community is depicted in thoughtful detail without ever overshadowing the story's primary motifs and motivations. The film's script is uniquely written and mixes intense family drama with moments of dry humor or <more>
dramatic elements of a somewhat lighter tone. For those concerned that such shifts in the writing could make the film fear uneven, fear not: the narrative always feels satisfying from beginning to end. The film is able to use writing to generate genuine emotional power, although it takes time to build up to such a crescendo in the movie's quietly moving finale.As far as the acting is concerned, fans of Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams will not be disappointed here. Both actresses are outstanding in their respective roles, although I will say Weisz is slightly better. She is able to show a genuine range of acting technique in her role, and remains captivating for viewers to watch from beginning to end. My only real criticism of this film is that the pacing can be rather spotty at times, and can sometimes be slower than it needs to be given audiences' abilities to absorb plot details. While the film never feels boring or annoying at all unless, of course, one only wants to watch explosions and CGI when you go to the movies, audiences sometimes feel a bit ready to move on with the narrative before a specific moment in the film may progress. Otherwise, this is a great and thoughtful drama that addresses thought-provoking issues in the world today religion, sexuality, and family while boldly challenging audiences to consider their own responses to such issues themselves. Gladly recommended. 8/10