From directors Gil Levanon and Kat Rohrer, new documentary Back To The Fatherland is about young women and men from Israel.
What’s interesting is that the women and men in question is that they’re choosing to leave Israel and move to Germany and Austria; countries where their families were persecuted and killed…
I cant wait to find out how the young people willing to leave Israel for Germany and Austria actually came to their decisions. It should also be interesting to witness the levels of understanding we’ll get to see from their family members.
Not that the directors are the same but this really does look quite promising. Almost as promising as Colliding Dreams (2015), a film that does a great job of breaking down the Israel Palestine crisis. It’s definitely one of the most enlightening documentaries I’ve ever seen is. May this new film be equally interesting.
In Brad Anderson directed Beirut, Jon Hamm is a U.S. diplomat who flees Lebanon in 1972 after a tragic incident at his home.
Ten years pass and he’s called back to war-torn Beirut by CIA operatives to negotiate for the life of a friend he left behind.
Rosamund Pike and Shea Whigham also star…
I want to see this so I can have another film to add to my list of favourite Hamm performances. That is of course besides Mad Men and Friends With Kids (2011).
This character seems to be complex enough to make this movie rather interesting. Plus, I also haven’t watched Baby Driver (2017) yet so there’s still that. Not quite sure how ‘complex’ Hamm’s character there is likely to be though.