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Censored Voices

Censored Voices is a movie starring Amos Oz. The 1967 'Six-Day' war ended with Israel's decisive victory; conquering Jerusalem, Gaza, Sinai and the West Bank. It is a war portrayed, to this day, as a righteous undertaking - a...

Other Titles
Zakazane głosy, Tystade röster, Siakh lokhamim: ha'slilim ha'gnouzim, Des voix au-delà de la censure, Zensierte Stimmen, De tavse stemmer
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary
Mor Loushy
Daniel Sivan, Ran Tal, Avraham Shapira, Mor Loushy
Amos Oz
Israel, Germany
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The 1967 'Six-Day' war ended with Israel's decisive victory; conquering Jerusalem, Gaza, Sinai and the West Bank. It is a war portrayed, to this day, as a righteous undertaking - a radiant emblem of Jewish pride. One week after the war, a group of young kibbutzniks, led by renowned author Amos Oz, recorded intimate conversations with soldiers returning from the battlefield. The recording revealed an honest look at the moment Israel turned from David to Goliath. The Israeli army censored the recordings, allowing the kibbutzniks to publish only a fragment of the conversations. 'Censored Voices' reveals the original recordings for the first time.

Comments about history «Censored Voices» (15)

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Anna M.

I have been a fan of Woody Allen ever since I saw the film "Bananas", and my favorite Woody Allen movie is "The People Vs. Larry Flynt". I have seen his other movies, but never had the pleasure of seeing "Bananas", but I wanted to see the movie that Woody Allen made to be a "class act" for its time. I have recently viewed "It's A Wonderful Life", and it has been an eye-opening experience. "It's A Wonderful Life" was a piece of art that changed the way I viewed the world. It had the power to be a Hollywood blockbuster, but it was a time in my life that I will never forget. I saw this movie when I was in my early teens. I was very impressed with the performances by the two leads, the supporting actors, and the director. I also loved the music, and the direction was very good. "It's A Wonderful Life" is the best movie I have seen in my life. It is my all-time favorite movie. I give it a 10 out of 10. The only flaw is the ending, which I thought was a little weak. Overall, I give this movie a 10 out of 10. You will love this movie if you are a fan of Woody Allen, or just someone who wants to know what he is all about.

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This documentary is fascinating to watch. There are not many documentaries that have such a huge impact on one's thinking about the state of the world. It is hard to imagine that it was produced in 2007, but that is what makes it a real "must watch." The story of the refugee crisis in the Middle East is very difficult to watch. It is more than just the problems of refugees. It is about the human rights abuses and the humanity of those in the Middle East who have to flee their homes. This documentary is not only informative but also very moving. The scenes of the children, the old people and the elderly in the refugee camps are remarkable. I think that this documentary should be shown in schools as a lesson in history.

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Christina Richards

I recently saw this documentary on a DVD I picked up at the library. I can see why the film is called "censored voices" because the voices are not allowed to be heard. This is one of the most important documentaries I have ever seen. It shows how the right-wing is using a new film in their propaganda machine and how the American people need to listen to them and fight back. The film is very accurate and the people involved are very good at their job. I was very impressed and I hope they make more films like this one.

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Laura B.

As the movie is a great documentary about freedom of speech, it is shocking that many people think that it is only a film about the rights of freedom of speech. It is a film about the dangers of censorship. It is an example of how the American Government is more concerned about protecting the rights of their citizens to use speech than protecting the rights of the people to speak freely. It is not the film's fault that the government has censored the movie in order to protect their own rights, but the film does a great job of showing the consequences of the government's actions.

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Benjamin E.

The co-director of this film, Linda Smith, and the director of the documentary "Hidden Figures" - Ellen Roberts, share their insights on how the story came about, and how this story will be told in the future. Linda has covered this story extensively, and Ellen has covered this story extensively, and they both share a lot of insight. I enjoyed the film so much that I bought the DVD. I also liked the documentary "Hidden Figures" but it was not on the DVD. The DVD is a very well done product. The film will be a very good asset to my home theater setup.

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Danielle N.

I have watched this movie so many times I no longer remember the first time I watched it. I recently bought the DVD and watched it again. The movie is very inspiring and sad. It tells a story of how a family is torn apart and the horror and the despair is not in the view of the people involved. It is the view of the mind of the children. The movie is not about the child but the child's mind. It tells the stories of the families and the children's voices. It is amazing how the children's voices are not censored. I would say the movie is a must-see. You won't regret watching it.

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I'm a huge fan of Carina and have been since i first saw her in WEDDING MATES. She always does the right thing. Well, she has done it again. Well, I haven't seen the film, but I'm sure I'll enjoy it. I've watched her and she is the one you should be watching, and I'm sure we'll be seeing more from her. Carina is such a great actress. It's a shame that there are people out there that don't know what a great actress she is. I have to admit, I was a little disappointed when I heard that the film was censored. I don't mind censorship, it's just when it's a little to much. I just hope that the film has the right soundtrack. I've seen Carina in a film with the same soundtrack, and it was great. Carina should be in the film, not some guy that's in a suit. I hope that the soundtrack gets released, and the film will be great. She's a true original. I think Carina is a great actress and she deserves the respect that she has been given. You should watch the film, it's very good.

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Steven Long

If you're a person who is interested in knowing more about the music industry, I highly recommend this documentary. It does a good job of showing the creative process, and the various ways that people go about it. Some of the stories are especially interesting, as are some of the performances. A few of the musicians interviewed are also interviewed. The film is also interesting because it shows how the industry is changing, and why it's important to keep an open mind. It's worth watching, and you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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Brittany L.

An outstanding documentary on the movie industry and the media's role in perpetuating violence. It discusses the creation of Hollywood and how it relates to the way the media presents violence in movies. The documentary is by far the best I've ever seen on this subject. It's not just about Hollywood, but about the media itself. The film, "Censored Voices," is written by Jake Zuckerman, who does a great job of pointing out the hypocrisy of the media and how it is influencing how people perceive violence. In the process of documenting the industry and the media's role in perpetuating violence, Zuckerman interviews some of the most prominent figures in the industry and they also discuss the media's influence on society. This documentary is a must-see, and if you're in the mood for some great entertainment, I strongly suggest this one.

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Vincent Ruiz

I was born and raised in the US and grew up with the propaganda of the Viet Nam War. I witnessed the atrocities committed by the US military. My grandparents were young Americans who served in Vietnam and I recall how their eyes were haunted by the horror of war and their lives were forever changed. I am very grateful to the filmmakers for this film, because it gives the American public a very honest, truthful view of war. It's not a movie that the Hollywood producers can push through to the public. It's a documentary and it should be seen by the American people. This is an important film to see and I hope that it will help the American people to realize the truth of war and the human rights abuses that were committed during that war.

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Ashley Kennedy

This is one of the most powerful films I have ever seen. It's a must-see for everyone, including the young children. It shows how the mainstream media would portray the conflict in Iraq, and how it affected the youth of Iraq, and it showed how it affected the students of Iraq. The film includes interviews with families of the soldiers, Iraqis, and children of the soldiers. It also included some information on the families of the soldiers, and their own experiences with the war. It was very powerful, and it made me realize that there are people who will suffer the same fate as the soldiers who served. I really recommend this film, and I hope it reaches more people. I hope this film can help people to realize the truth, and that the media does not tell the truth. The soldiers have suffered, but it was their duty to do their job, and that's what they are doing. I hope this film can help people realize that it's not right to say that they didn't want to go to Iraq, because they did. It's just a job. If they wanted to go, they should have gone.

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This is a wonderful documentary which shows a very important topic. The first part of the movie shows the life of a traditional healer from Africa. The second part of the movie shows the life of a true shaman. The viewer is left with the impression that there is no such thing as 'magic' and that you do not need to have any special talents or the gift of an extraordinary spirit to be an excellent healer. This is not the case. The people interviewed are very honest and do not sugar-coat the facts. The filmmaker has been very patient with them and they have listened to what he has to say without taking their voice out of it. I have just watched this on DVD and felt that it is a very important film. I highly recommend it.

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I'm not sure why the movie was rated R. It should have been PG. It has a lot of good points. But the movie has a lot of problems. For example, the violence and the gore, and the violence is not realistic. In the movie, the teenagers kill each other by stabbing them in the face. It was very disturbing to watch. I do not think it was appropriate for a teenager to kill another teenager. If I was a teenager, I would not want to watch this movie. The movie is also very graphic. I think this movie should have been rated PG-13. I think this movie was violent enough but the graphic content was too much for an R. I think this movie should have been rated PG-13. I think the movie is appropriate for teenagers. If you are a teenager and you like to watch violent movies, I would not recommend this movie.

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Catherine R.

What a great documentary, and great movie. The true story is all about the power of the media, and how it affects the way we look at the world. The story has been told many times in the news, and it is still relevant. I do not know the name of the company that distributed the films, but it was one of the most successful companies in the world. This movie is a great reminder of how much the media can influence people's views. I am not a film critic, but I am highly impressed with the story and the way it was presented. The documentary is so entertaining, and informative, that you will want to see it again and again. This movie does a great job of showing the power of the media, how they can shape our world, and how important it is that we educate ourselves and the public. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone. If you don't like it, it is probably because you are not an informed person. I have never seen anything like this before. I highly recommend this movie to everyone.

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Michelle L.

When I heard about the "Trail of Tears", I was intrigued. The film was made by a British filmmaker, and it was the first film I had ever seen made about the impact of the Japanese occupation of the Philippines during World War II. It was shot with a little help from an American, and it had an obvious feminist bent to it. I had read the book by Patricia Lowndes, and it seemed to me that it was an interesting study of what was happening in the Philippines during the war, and how it affected the children of the soldiers. So I was intrigued by this film, and saw that it had been made by a woman, and I wanted to see it. I saw the movie in Toronto, and I was very impressed. I was at a book signing, and the man at the booth was very enthusiastic about the movie, so I bought a ticket. I was seated on the right side of the theater, and I could hear my neighbors, and my friends, talking loudly in the next row. It was really an amazing experience. The movie is a very good account of what happened in the Philippines during the war, and the stories of the people who lived through it. It is based on the book by Patricia Lowndes, and it is told through the interviews that Lowndes did with the people that lived through the war, and the children of the soldiers. The people that lived through the war are interviewed through flashbacks and a voice-over narration. There are many famous people in this film, and some very interesting stories, like the story of the man who had a seizure on the plane, and how it affected his wife, and the story of how a mother of a soldier who had been wounded by the Japanese told her story of how her husband had come home. I thought the acting was excellent. I thought the way that Lowndes filmed the story was really beautiful, and the people in the story were really interesting. There are many people that were involved in the process of making this movie, and many of them were interviewed. I was especially impressed with the people that Lowndes interviewed, like the child soldiers and the women who raised them, the soldiers themselves, and the mothers who had to raise the children. I think that the people who made this movie are a great group of people, and it is a great film that should be seen by everyone, especially by those who have not seen it. I highly recommend it. I rate it 10/10.