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|Release Date Israel: A Home Movie Jul 10, 2013 Limited Genres Israel: A Home Movie : Documentary,Art House & International,Special Interest|
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|All Critics Ranting For Israel: A Home Movie : 5.9|
|All Critics Count For Israel: A Home Movie : 10|
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Israel: A Home Movie Movie Review
|Ultimately, this film reveals the Israeli self-image, but not much more. |
Farran Smith Nehme-New York Post
The images and voices are a mix of the curious, the compassionate, the condescending and worse.
Rachel Saltz-New York Times
What Lilti's cinematic mural does is remind us that the political is always personal-and in Israel's case, vise versa.
David Fear-Time Out New York
The stakes are higher, but the premise is more or less the same as when grandpa whips out the projector.
Diana Clarke-Village Voice
Counters myths and official views, [with] the unusually frank look at the changing perceptions of the indigenous Palestinian population, before and after independence.
Nora Lee Mandel-Film-Forward.com
There's a matter-of-factness to Israel: A Home Movie that's disquieting, as it shows the joy and determination of a nation in the making, and the dismayed faces of those elbowed aside.
Noel Murray-The Dissolve
The footage often speaks for itself; at times, it seems like Israel would work better as a silent film, allowing the home movies to serve their original function without commentary.
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky-AV Club
The chaotic and hopeful history of a young nation is idiosyncratically told through this kaleidoscopic barrage of home-movie footage that ranges from the kitchen to the battlefield.
Chris Barsanti-Film Journal International
A prismatic meditation on an entire nation, Eliav Lilti's documentary is history as abstraction.
Wes Greene-Slant Magazine
Soft-core Zionist propaganda in the vein of "Waltz for Bashir" or "The Gatekeepers".
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