فيلم Restoring Tomorrow

Restoring Tomorrow

Restoring Tomorrow is a movie starring Aaron Wolf. In these divided times, religious institutions are losing young members and even closing their doors at an alarming rate. Director Aaron Wolf's personal journey of rediscovery comes...

Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Aaron Wolf
Actors
Aaron Wolf
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In these divided times, religious institutions are losing young members and even closing their doors at an alarming rate. Director Aaron Wolf's personal journey of rediscovery comes alive in Restoring Tomorrow, a universal story of hope as a treasured local temple near demise, is lifted up by a community's determination to achieve the impossible. Wolf's journey explores how when any community puts their mind to it, the impossible becomes possible. Wilshire Boulevard Temple, a Los Angeles treasure built by the original Hollywood moguls, needs to raise millions to restore its majesty and vibrancy, thus also restoring the future of the Jewish community, the greater Los Angeles community-and on a personal level, Wolf himself.

Comments about documentary «Restoring Tomorrow» (21)

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Megan B.

As a teacher, I would encourage all teachers to see this film and also write a formal report about it. When you do, think of how you can make a difference to your students. You may find that you can be more effective in teaching some. Also, when you do write a formal report, include a final observation after you have seen the film. This movie will make your observations more valid and more effective. I encourage you to share your observations with the staff. I believe that the staff have been very open and honest about this film. I also believe that the staff have been inspired to change their behavior in the classroom. Overall, I would say that it has been a very powerful experience for me. I hope that this film encourages you to take the next step. I hope that you can learn from this film and change your classroom in ways that will make a difference.

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Andrew

The documentary "Restoring Tomorrow" was released in 2009. It consists of the first four-five years of the life of the Irish cinematographer and composer John Cassavetes (1918 - 1990). This documentary presents some of the important events in his life, including his decision to abandon the film industry, his ascent to the top in Hollywood, and his abrupt downfall. During this period, Cassavetes was also involved in the production of the award-winning "A Bronx Tale" in 1968, the story of the 1980 census controversy, and his critical role in "The Score" in 1983. It also delves into his love and marriage with Audrey Hepburn (1918 - 1990). He also talks about his relationship with his son who, like his father, made his mark in the Hollywood film industry. This is a very good documentary about the life of the man who was one of the best of the great American film directors. As Cassavetes is an American, he was the first director of film in Ireland, and also the first Irish director in the USA. (As Cassavetes was born in New York). The documentary is also very informative and the way it is put together is superb. It is full of really interesting information, like the political background of the movie industry in Ireland, the role of Irish immigrants in Hollywood, Cassavetes' thoughts on the power of film in America, his love and marriage to Audrey Hepburn, and his advice to young film directors. It is especially interesting because the documentary comes at the time of the "Irish Spring" riots in Ireland, and because the riots came shortly after the end of the civil war in Ireland, and the effects of that civil war on the Irish people. The documentary is a must see for everyone who loves film, but also for everyone who loves life. I hope you enjoy it.

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Frances Richards

I came across this film on the "web" and decided to watch it. I would like to tell you that I don't believe in prophets, but in movies. You know what I mean. This movie is great. I can not say any more about this film without spoiling the story. I like movies. I don't like reviews, but I felt this movie deserves at least one review. I had to watch the entire thing, and I can't tell you how glad I am that I did. This movie was great. I actually laughed when I watched it. I've never laughed so much at a movie before. I don't like being preached to, but this film taught me a lot. I don't know what else to say. I just hope you enjoy this movie as much as I did. Enjoy.

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Harold

I have to say that I am so glad that I was not expecting a documentary like this. The documentary itself was very good and interesting. The method that the filmmaker used to create this documentary was very good and that is how we should build documentaries. First, I would like to say that this documentary wasn't a documentary. It was a movie that you should view. Second, the documentary itself is a very good one. I think that it will help many people learn and understand the history of the United States. I think that many people are so ignorant about our history that they can't even tell the difference between the American and the American Revolution. I am glad that the documentary was able to show that the American Revolution was about peace and independence. I think that the documentary is something that we should learn from and we should make our history more clear and easy to understand.

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Madison Hunter

If there was ever a moment that the comedy film industry could benefit from, it was this moment. This movie would not have been made without its creators. There were a lot of laughs throughout, but a few were missing due to certain circumstances that prevented us from getting the full impact. It was a great movie for the kids, but they also do great with adults. I don't think they know how to say it very well, but these guys really knew their stuff. These are two guys who understand and appreciate the comedy craft. It is very rare for me to see movies that are so fresh, and new. I just know that this movie is a must see.

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Arthur J.

This movie is a tribute to both Sissela, and Nicholas Wilde. Everyone should see it. it is a touching tribute to these two great actors. Loved the movie.

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Christian

I finally saw this movie on a launch night with a few friends, and I'm still laughing at it. This movie deserves to be seen. It's a great intro to the movie, and to a documentary filmmaker, I love it. There are a few very memorable quotes in the movie, and many of the other characters, especially people who play themselves, are true to life. The end of the movie is highly emotional, and shows you the future of the movie industry, and it's atmosphere. It's amazing to see some of the good ideas and people behind it all. It's a great film, I would recommend it to anyone. It's one of those films that you watch at least once, and then you'll never get sick of it. I think it's a very interesting documentary that deserves to be seen. Also, I think people who are against it, should see this movie first, before they decide what they are against. I think they're in the minority. I think it's an amazing documentary that deserves to be seen.

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Carl Black

I love seeing documentaries about the past and looking at what we've been through in the past. This is such a powerful documentary about the effects of slavery and how it affected black Americans. We all can relate to it but I hope you don't take it so personally when you see it and know that it's not the end of the world.

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George

This documentary (which I saw on HBO as well) is wonderful. It reminds me of the movie "Northfork" because of the intensity of the emotions. I do wish that they had used more footage of the other artifacts (like the quilts) from the South. It seems that much of this movie is dramatized, but I think it's an accurate portrayal of what happened during the civil rights movement in the South in the 1960's. In that sense it is a bit like the movie "Northfork".

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Jose

If the moment you find out you have cancer, you have to take action. If you have not been diagnosed or thought about it, you have to take action. This film shows the reality of how many people die in hospitals after a cancer diagnosis. These films are the truth, so I can not describe in any other words how devastating this disease can be. The film will inspire you. The director and actors are such a pleasure to watch and are so dedicated to their craft. The other actors have great chemistry with the director, the director to the actors, and the director to the audience. This is my favorite film of the year so far. For the record, this film is also a cancer documentary. If you are a real person who has seen this, you have to watch this film. I highly recommend this film, it will change your life. The director has to be a real person to know the reality of what is happening to people with cancer.

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Joseph B.

As a New Zealander, I am now very interested in the process of how the states can begin to build their own electricity generation using renewables. However, I have been trying to find a source of electricity in the North Island of New Zealand, despite having a solid power supply. My research has led me to Auckland, where I have just returned after a trip to Chile. The news from the Chilean Government about the nation's power grid and grid connection has been a source of celebration for me. Unfortunately, I did not have a list of the cost of electricity, nor was I aware of what type of electrical power was produced. In the Chilean grid, all power is generated from renewable sources like wind, solar, biomass, biomass juice and hydroelectric power. I asked a colleague and friend about electricity from Chile, and he had some questions about the supply, as it is like having a new generator. I would really like to have a reliable source of electricity from Chile, without the need for importing from other countries, and I would like to be able to check the cost of electricity from Chile. This is such an important time in the history of New Zealand. On the other hand, I would love to know about the power grid from Chile as well. So, I just returned from Chile, and I would really like to know the energy situation and who has the power. I will be looking at a different resource. I would also like to know about the cost of electricity from Chile. I would love to have an answer for the above questions. If you are not familiar with the Chilean energy situation, please contact me.

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Andrew

This is the greatest thing I've ever seen about the Beatles. Not only is this an amazing documentary about the Beatles, but it also shows the real life behind the Beatles. This documentary is absolutely perfect. There are no hidden messages or messages from "the Beatles" here. If there was one, it would probably be the message that the documentary has, as it completely comes from the heart. It is 100% genuine. There is no faked footage, no editing, and no other kind of tricks used to push the facts. It is completely real. The man behind the camera and the director who did this documentary are amazing. They share everything with the documentary from the start, including a full breakdown of the Beatles and how they came into the band and the early days of recording. There are no backstage moves, no false interviews, and no things that "weird" or "uninteresting". It is just real. It is just complete and honest. I just hope that people will watch this documentary and see the amazing things it has to say about the Beatles. The documentary can be watched over and over again and will still remain very interesting. It's incredible.

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Nathan S.

I recently saw this film in a seminar and was enthralled. It is a wonderful film. The art of making films is great. I have no doubt that, should the world be really in need, films would be made. I was involved in the making of the film "Make Me" which was a great documentary on the life of a children's writer, who was both gifted and gifted, what makes him successful. The film is narrated by a non-professional who did not understand the film and she was not the least bit convinced by it. She was too busy trying to figure out what was going on. But she helped me learn what to do. I recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the subject. It is one of the most wonderful films ever made.

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Henry Holland

These guys are incredible. I had never heard of them or knew who they were before, but their films are highly recommended. I always found I would sit down and watch a film, hoping to learn something, and the story behind each film was something I was very interested in. I felt that this documentary film showed a lot of the work that went into the making of the films. It is a really amazing story about the making of these amazing films and some of the information they shared was so inspiring. I can't recommend this film highly enough. I will definitely be watching it again. This documentary has an amazing story, great people, great stories and amazing directing. I think this is a great way to start your journey with the people who brought these amazing films to life. I hope to see more work from these men in the future.

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Tammy

Yes, this movie was a real shock to me. My greatest discovery about this film was that it was being shown on PBS, which is great. Now, I can't wait to see the next one. I think that the documentary will be shown in its entirety on PBS sometime in the next few weeks, and I will be sure to get a copy for my collection.

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Alice Fowler

This is an inspirational movie. It was truly well-shot, has great music, an engaging story. It is inspirational, not a film about celebrity, it's about the issues facing our country today. It is a film that the entire family can watch together. I don't know how you do it, but someone has to do it. It's the whole way you make your movie, not just the end. Even the most depressing news is better than the routine. Our country is in need of a cure for some of our greatest issues, but Hollywood will not do it. I hope you will keep doing the movies you love to do, because that is what this is.

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Russell

Saw this at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film takes a look at some of the struggles that the women of Puerto Rico and the U.S.A. had going into the 1970s. The stories of the women are inspiring and the film is great. It's not about "when" the women got to the U.S.A., it's about "how" they did it. There is a lot of history in this film, which is very important to the audiences. This film will keep you thinking and talking about this important story for years to come.

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Terry Alexander

A little news made it onto the news that Ford was being honored for his role in saving the lives of 3,000 in the bombing of Hiroshima. I was devastated and a little shocked. Although I had the impression that his movie may have been ignored by some audiences, I watched this documentary and I am not sure that there is any doubt that his role in saving lives was both heroic and influential in the World War II. The film has a strong and eloquent voice. As a professor of nuclear engineering and a pilot of combat aircrafts, I was moved by the character of Gordon Reid, and for his actions in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. I cannot emphasize enough how difficult it was to get back safely to safety after this horrible attack on Pearl Harbor. Every plane crash, every explosion, every crashed plane left a hole in our hearts, a gaping wound in our souls. I am glad that there is a movie that depicts the actual events, even the bad moments. I am thankful that our President Franklin D. Roosevelt was a strong person, and to have been a pilot who saw the Japanese attempt to take over the world by bombing and invading at Pearl Harbor. It was FDR who was able to unite people around the world around the United States and make him the ruler of the world. The movie also shows how difficult it was for the Japanese to escape the exploding atomic bombs. In the movie it seems that the Japanese were saying in their post war declaration that they did not want to be looked at as the bad guys. They even apologized for their actions after the war. This movie shows the true story of the world war II attack on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. This was a very well made movie, and I strongly recommend it to everyone. I wish it could have been better known.

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Margaret

This film tells the story of Kevin Bishop. Kevin was a young man with a dream. His dream was to make it big in the music industry and he wanted to be the next Prince. He was talented and had the potential to be a great artist but he fell short. His father died from a drug overdose and Kevin never recovered. The world kept passing him by and his mother was too proud to see him. I remember at age 10, watching the movie "Play it Again Sam" which was about a young boy with a dream who died tragically. At the age of 10, I realized that Kevin's life was destined to be a failure. He was rejected by all the people around him and was constantly ignored by his mother. I knew his life was worthless and that it could not be possible to be successful but I had faith that he had the same potential to be a great artist and succeed. Kevin was a promising young artist and was known by the music industry but he fell short and it was the worst fate for any young man. Kevin's story is a warning to young artists and is a wake up call to those who know the struggles that young artists go through. The film shows the reality of this story and it is devastating. This film has the ability to change the world.

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Ann V.

If you haven't seen this film yet, go do it now. See this documentary, and you will see for yourself how critical and passionate the film-makers are about this film. This documentary will have you questioning whether you can ever fully appreciate the beauty of the film that was on this very screen when you were a kid. The beauty of this film is its power and its message. We need to make sure that films like this are funded, not to be used for a media that does not truly exist anymore, but for genuine documentaries that are important and for those who deserve it.

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Cheryl Dixon

I am a mom of two and I know first hand what it is like to raise a child in a family who is either being treated as a child or is an adopted child. I will never forget the day my daughter was taken away. As a mother, I know the pain and misery that is felt. I know first hand how much they suffer. My husband and I try to help our daughter. We travel from state to state to look for new homes for our daughter. For a while, we were not able to find any homes for her. They were doing all they could to keep her from us. Then, we were able to find an adoptive home. I think my daughter, who is 13, deserves a family she can be proud of. She deserves someone who loves her and understands her. My husband and I are blessed to have found the perfect home for our daughter. I wish we had found a better one for our daughter. We are so grateful for everyone involved with this film. It's the best thing I have ever seen and we have been praying that someone in our area could help us find a better home for our daughter. We are so grateful for this film. I am so grateful that the director and the rest of the team came to our aid.