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A comprehensive documentary recounting Rabin's life.
Rabin's consistent, thoughtful self-criticism and colorful storytelling animate what might otherwise be a pat, or at least familiar, history of Israel in the 20th century. By making it specific, Laufer makes it new.
"In His Own Words" is a deeply involving look at the man's entire life, using archival footage, home movies, private letters but most of all filmed interviews Rabin gave, to let us hear him tell his own story just about from cradle to grave.
This documentary, consisting almost entirely of his recollections in his own voice, does a pretty good job of outlining his life and his terribly dangerous times.
"Rabin - In his own Words," directed by Erez Laufer is, in its own way an autobiography of the great Israeli statesman Yizhak Rabin.
I never realized someone could create an autobiography on film.
An exceptionally well executed and personal story of a great triumph and a great tragedy.
A thoroughly fascinating, captivating, well-edited and provocative documentary. It should be mandatory viewing for anyone even remotely interested in politics and history.
A kind of diary from the other world, Rabin in His Own Words is narrated by the man on whose life it is based, in a rapid-fire march through time.
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