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Rabin, the Last Day

Rabin, the Last Day is a movie starring Ischac Hiskiya, Yitzhak Hizkiya, and Pini Mittelman. Itzhak Rabin's murder ended all efforts of peace, and with him the whole left wing of Israel died. The movie shows the last of his days as...

Other Titles
Rabin - Den sista dagen, Rabin - ostatni dzień, Ράμπιν, η τελευταία μέρα, Le dernier jour d'Yitzhak Rabin, Rabin, ha'yom ha'akharon
Running Time
2 hours 33 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Drama
Amos Gitai
Amos Gitai, Marie-Jose Sanselme
Ischac Hiskiya, Pini Mittelman, Yitzhak Hizkiya, Michael Warshaviak
France, Israel
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

Itzhak Rabin's murder ended all efforts of peace, and with him the whole left wing of Israel died. The movie shows the last of his days as prime minister, and what led to his murder.

Comments about history «Rabin, the Last Day» (23)

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Samantha Schmidt

This film is a very interesting and somewhat disturbing documentary about the destruction of the Jewish state of Israel. A U.S. Ambassador is assassinated. The top Israeli general, Gadi Eizenkot, (Martin Sheen) and the head of Mossad (Shaul Eisenberg) are appointed to handle the aftermath of the assassination. The film is really interesting and very well made. Martin Sheen is good as the U.S. Ambassador to Israel. The other actors are good too, especially the ones who played top officers in the Mossad and the general who was assassinated. The film is well worth seeing. It has a great cinematography, good sound and sound mixing, and is a good example of how to tell a story in a unique way. Although it is very disturbing and depressing at times, it is definitely worth seeing. If you can get your hands on it, watch it.

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Scott W.

The people in the movie seem to be the protagonists. Each of them are completely well defined. The story of "Rabin the Last Day" could be considered the anti-Soviet, anti-Putin, anti-NATO propaganda. We can also use the story as a metaphor to explain what is happening in Ukraine. And of course, the movie is very funny. But in a very humorous way. The last 10 minutes or so are very intense and that's the only bad thing about the movie. That is the only thing I can say. The people are not perfect. In the beginning they are too, the "spokesmen" are not perfect and the story is very, very simplified. But that doesn't mean that it is not funny or a good movie. Maybe because we already have it (especially when you see the trailer, it really makes you wonder how it will turn out)

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Rachel G.

I first saw this film when I was 13, and was fascinated by its historical significance. So much of the film is narrated in the voice of the priest, Elisha, explaining to his audience the events of the past century. The only way to interpret the events that have transpired is to get to the root of the problem, and that is found in the so called "struggle of the people". The whole film is narrated by the priest, as he recounts the steps taken by the oppressors to bring down the freedom fighters. The slaves and their allies can be seen as the human beings who have been dispossessed of their freedom, but as the film goes on, their role is played by the people who have been displaced by the coup. However, the film has many key moments which show the critical role of the people in the struggles of the 20th century. One of the most powerful scenes in the film is when the priest enters the synagogue and discovers the place filled with frightened worshippers, having been betrayed by the sultans. The whole audience gets a chance to look out into the sanctuary, and hear the pleas of the men, but not a word is uttered. It is in this moment that we understand that this film is truly a humanist epic, telling a story of the oppressed oppressed, whose story is being told by the people. The film is excellent, because it shows the great struggle of the people for the freedom of their country, but also the people of the whole world to stand up against the tyranny of the tyrants. I recommend this film to everyone who enjoys a film which is truly a masterpiece. It is a film which deserves to be remembered.

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Jane P.

Michael Winterbottom's adaptation of Israeli writer Avi Goldfinger's novel, "The Last Day," is a vivid and beautiful tale about the religious tensions that were prevalent in the 1990s, as the country endured its first peace agreement with Israel and was about to enter its third. Goldfinger, a former Israeli soldier, had built up his family in the country during its years of civil war. The ending of the book was not a happy one. The film goes a little bit further, showing how this bitter ending affected his wife and their children. The acting was top-notch by the whole cast. The story is very well-told, and, like "Grizzly" in comparison, it deals with the realities of everyday life in a multicultural society. It is a very entertaining film, and I look forward to watching it again in the future. Highly recommended.

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Christina Ford

The question of this film: is it a "hero" or "savior" film? It is a rather amazing piece of cinema that has received a lot of criticism because of it's purely Christian theme, yet it has become a big success. It is definitely a journey of discovery, as the story moves forward as the viewer gets to know more about the story's characters and their hardships, and the themes of this film become more and more apparent. It is interesting to note that the film is not a straight-up Christian film. We see how various religions can overlap with each other, and how different cultures can interact with each other. The film is not for all audiences, but it is definitely worth seeing. The film itself is not the strongest film, but the story is, and that's what matters. This film will go down as one of my favorites. It has some very funny scenes, and a very strong message, but is not too preachy.

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Doris Roberts

I thought this movie was very well done. It's not your typical Hollywood product, and it's not what most people expect. This movie was actually based on a true story. However, it's not about those events, and I think most people would be satisfied if this movie wasn't based on the events of that tragic day in the life of one man. However, I think the other aspects of the movie were so amazing that I will definitely recommend it to people who may not be familiar with the events of that day, or may not have heard of it in any way. People of all ages can be entertained by the story, and the actors are all very good. The only parts of the movie that I think are a little too long are the scenes with Jorgen Vanger and his family, and I would have preferred if they had been shorter and more involved with the "final day" of the conflict. But all in all, a very enjoyable film, and it is a good way to spend a couple of hours. It's not exactly a "go see" movie, but a good one to catch on TV.

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Mark A.

First of all, I would like to say that this film is in no way a remake of "A Free Man". In fact, it is an update to the tale of a French Jewish community forced to leave their homeland in the 1940s. Yes, they were subject to deportation, but this is not a remake, this is a modern-day retelling of the story of the Exodus. The movie is set in Israel. It was the last place that the Jewish people were deported, but they were all chased from there. The main character is Steve Harris, played by Michael Rooker. He is an insurance investigator who has a daughter that was born in the same time period as the rest of the family. He knows the story, but he doesn't know the name of the person that gave birth to her. So, he decides to investigate the name and discover if it is really who it claims to be. After some investigating, he discovers that the woman is not a true Jew, but rather a widow. She had been born in Germany, and is now living in Israel. She was forced to leave, and she has no place to return to. But, it is all part of a plan by the Nazis to deport the Jewish population of France. They don't want any Jews to return to France. As a Jew, she is determined to find out who is behind this. She finds a clue that makes her believe that this is the woman she was looking for. However, the film is not really about the Holocaust. It is a story about the two families that are forced to leave. The woman, Irene (Isabelle Adjani) and the man, Michel (Vincent Cassel). While both are attractive, the relationship is never romantic. They are just two people that don't really have a connection. They try to find a way to get away from the Nazis, but they are running out of time. The pace is not very slow, but there are times where you feel like you need to fast forward. If you are looking for a Jewish film that is not too heavy, this is not it. You will not feel like you are missing out on anything. I would recommend this film to any Jewish person. The cast is very good. It is very well written, with very well-acted characters. There is no one that I don't like in the cast. I think the performances are very good. Isabelle Adjani gives an excellent performance as Irene. She is a very convincing actress. Vincent Cassel is also good. It is a bit odd that he is playing the French character, but I liked it. He was just perfect in this role. There is also a very good performance by Am

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I really liked this movie. It was extremely moving and emotional. It really put a whole different perspective on war and the human condition. The director and the actors did a wonderful job. The story, the dialogue, and the visuals are all beautiful. I would recommend it to everyone who has ever felt lonely or despondent. The ending was beautiful. It really brought the movie home. The characters really grew on me and I was invested in their story. They were truly amazing. A movie like this has to be appreciated, and I was really surprised how much I enjoyed this movie. If you feel the same way, I think you should give it a shot.

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Ronald T.

I have just seen the film and i think it is good. I think it is a good film for people who don't know anything about the Jews, because it shows that we are not the problem, we are not the only ones who feel lost and angry, the Germans are, too. I am sorry if it sounds like a small review, but I was really sad when we finished it, and i think it is a very good movie. I think that there are people who want to make people feel bad about themselves. Well, maybe i am being a bit too hard on myself for not understanding a lot of what this film is trying to tell me, but it does teach you a lot about life and the loss of life and the oppression and the feeling that you have no one to look after you.

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After watching this movie, I felt like I've been kidnapped to a foreign country and forced to watch a political drama and all that jazz. It really put a chill down my spine. The film had a really strong message and one that I will never forget. I don't want to reveal anything to avoid spoilers. The film has a very believable portrayal of the religious influence in Iran in the 1920's and 1930's. The film does a great job of showing the unrest and the desperation in the country and the support that the religious conservatives had. This movie will be remembered as one of the best political films of all time and a must see for everyone who has a mind to see a good film.

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Finally, after 35 years, I saw this film! I read about it in some mags, and decided to watch it. I wasn't expecting much. I was very surprised, and I loved it. The scenery is beautiful. I have seen it 2 times, and every time I love it. Yes, it's not the best film I've ever seen, but I was very impressed, and I hope you will be too. When you are watching it, don't expect a great Hollywood story. You should watch it, as it's not for that. It's for a good story, with wonderful cinematography and good acting. It will have you waiting for another view after you see it. I wish it would become a classic film, but I doubt it will. As far as I'm concerned, it's a great film, and I recommend it to everybody. You should also read the book! I was surprised, and I am glad I have watched it, because it was so great. I just wish I knew more about it, and about the director, and about Mr. Cohen.

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A man falls in love with his own life, not the world around him. The author of this book is a woman, and a woman who falls in love with her own life, not the world around her. A man has to accept that he cannot change the world, or even the very end of the world. What he can do is live, and live well, in his own life. That is what a film is all about. This movie does the impossible: It shows us that a man can go back in time and change the past, but not the future. It shows us that a man can change the future, but not the past. But it doesn't end there. When we do something we regret, we get angry, and the film shows us that. But in this film, we don't get angry. We don't even get sad, because we know that in the end, he will do what he always wanted to do. It is about the world, but also about ourselves. And about that, the film is worth watching, especially if you love this kind of movies. It is well done.

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Roger Black

Forget the idea that a good film should be a waste of time. Forget the idea that the entire nation will be in a trance by the end. Forget the idea that this film will affect anyone. Forget that. The characters are interesting, the movie is well done, the acting is great. The music is really cool. I can't wait to see it again. What could be wrong?

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Grace H.

I was recently on a 'diaries' course at school. I was fascinated by this movie because I've always thought it was a difficult movie to understand. The students enjoyed this movie and asked us to watch it, so I did, even though it was almost three hours long. The movie started off like you would expect. The teacher was showing the history of the Holocaust, in order to introduce the movie. The movie then takes you to a plane landing in Auschwitz. From there the movie went into detail on all the victims. I loved the acting and the way they portrayed all the details. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has not yet seen it. It's a sad movie that could change your perspective on life. I hope it doesn't get too watered down and pass as a normal movie. I hope this movie can be seen by a lot of people. It is so sad and deserves a better rating. Overall: 8/10

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Marilyn Freeman

I was extremely interested in this film. It is about how the UN with the help of Jewish survivors had to endure the systematic killing of men, women, and children during the Holocaust. I'm not a fan of Holocaust movies, but this one is the best I have seen so far. The story is well told and made me feel the pain of those who were involved in the war. This is a great film. It deserves more recognition. I would have given it 8, but some of the acting is not up to par. I would not say this is a masterpiece. But it is well worth seeing. Definitely check it out.

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The main thrust of this film is about the social and psychological turmoil of the Jewish people in Europe during the late 1800s. An incident in the thirteenth century that leads to the deportation of the Jews from the ghettos of Eastern Europe to the Nazi extermination camps is discussed and the tension and fear that each side of the debate creates is illustrated. The film is narrated by Danny Janssen and is based on the books by Israel Schreiber and Anatol Lieven. Some people may think this film is an indictment of Jews, but the underlying theme is a plea for understanding and justice and is rather about the suffering of those who were to be eliminated. As far as I can tell, this is the only film that has been made about the Holocaust, and the subject of this film is not unique, but it is very interesting and compelling. If this film is well received, it will be a movie that will not be forgotten.

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Crystal Brewer

It's no surprise that a documentary about a long-overdue tragedy such as the World Trade Center attack on Sept. 11, 2001, would show a young couple as the heroes. As a friend of mine commented, they were the good guys and the bad guys at the same time. Unfortunately, the film also takes a break from the main subject and takes a good look at the career of a successful novelist and filmmaker. The film offers only a very superficial look at his life, leaving much of the story untold. What is not mentioned is the hostility of the editor and the militant nature of the producer, who brought a serious threat to the survival of the story. Still, the director has produced a fine documentary, though it's a bit slow at times. It's worth seeing for the lovely photography and the beautiful views of the World Trade Center. I also recommend it for the terrific sound mix and the awesome sound of the old TV and radio stations.

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Evelyn Dixon

A social documentary, The Last Day is a great example of how social and cultural content can be brought to the screen. The movie is based on a true story and covers many aspects of life in Israel during the last year of Yitzhak Rabin's life. The movie follows the actions of many individuals, but focuses on the final days of Rabin. The movie has an excellent cast, and there are several good performances. David Gordon Green plays the lead role, and is very convincing as Rabin. Other noteworthy performances are by Michael Berde and Aron Magid, and are good ones. This is a great movie, and would make a great companion piece to the Oscar winning documentary The Other Side of the Wind.

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Sara Alexander

Rabin, the Last Day is an exciting and intense film that gives the viewer a glimpse of the Iranian Revolution of 1979. As a huge fan of the book, I was very happy to see this film. The film does not come off as an anti-Iranian propaganda film, but instead shows a more human side to the events of 1979. This film has two different styles to it. In the first half of the film, Rabin is seen as an innocent young man who is willing to do anything to save his friends, and who is willing to sacrifice his own life for others. In the second half of the film, Rabin becomes a fighter for the freedom of the nation. This film is definitely worth watching.

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Rabin is such a sensitive, courageous and inspiring character. His resistance to his own forced defection and his will to live and resist are so believable that it is hard to be opposed to this man. The story is told in such a manner that it does not feel like it is being told in a film. It feels like it is real, and very moving and stirring. The part where he is forced to defection, is a moving moment. The scene of his battle at Beit Hanina is also one of the most powerful scenes I have ever seen. Overall, I feel this is one of the best movies I have ever seen and one of the best films I have ever seen.

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Billy Hall

At first I saw the title of this film as being one of the most important films of all time. But then I saw that this was a silent film, and I could not make up my mind about the merits of this film. It is not so much the subject of the movie, but the fact that it is a silent film that is important. This is because it is an extremely difficult and painful time to be a silent film maker, especially if one is unable to make films because of the same reason. So, while I think this is a very important film, I think it should not have been titled the "Last Day."

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This is one of the few films I've ever seen that completely turns the film into a big controversial debate. From the beginning to the end of the film, I felt that the "plot" was really thin. To me, this made it difficult to keep my attention, but I suppose that the film's subject matter was even more important. The "pro-Israeli" and "anti-Israeli" components of the film were definitely presented in a very biased way. While I didn't feel that it was offensive to Israel, it still made it appear as a "both sides are wrong" film. I have to agree with the people who stated that this film was not meant to be anti-Israel. I think that most of the Jewish population of Israel is against this film, and that many of the people who actually watched it hated it because it is not biased. The film itself was not anti-Israel in the same way that "JFK" was anti-American. The movie was not meant to be anti-Israel. It is meant to be a film about the Jewish people, and their connection with Israel. The fact that it was biased and not based on facts is what made it so great. I think that the characters are so well written that it is difficult to dislike them. I don't think that there is anything wrong with supporting Israel, as long as it is done in a factual way. If you don't support Israel, you're anti-Israeli, and that is what this film is about.

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Vincent Schneider

One of the greatest movies of all time and of all time if not THE greatest. Do not judge this movie by the IMDB rating. This movie is a master piece. The performances are great, and the editing and scenery are outstanding. Many directors can only top themselves with superior camera work, and this movie excels in that respect. A modern masterpiece. It is not a fairy tale, it is not an action-packed, action-free movie. It is not a comedy, it is not a drama, it is not an adventure. It is just a beautiful, intelligent, thoughtful movie. And this movie is not a movie, it is a metaphor. A brilliant movie that is a masterpiece and a great, great film. This movie is the only film that I would give a 10. Please, don't watch this movie because of the IMDB rating. Watch it because it is a beautiful masterpiece, and because it is a beautiful masterpiece that is a masterpiece. Watch this movie because it is a masterpiece.