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Voyages (2001)




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Three stories of elderly Jews trying to find a way to reconcile the blandness of the modern world with what they know and remember about the Holocaust. In friendly post-Communist Poland, a 65-year-old Frenchwoman joins a group bus tour from Warsaw visiting the Jewish cemetery before heading to Auschwitz; their vehicle breaks down in the middle of nowhere. In a Parisian middle-class neighborhood, an aging widow receives a letter from a Lithuanian man claiming to be her father, who she always assumed had died in the camps. In the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv, a tireless Russian emigre traverses the city in search of a distant cousin.


Nathan Cogan
as Graneck
Maurice Chevit
as Mendelbaum
Abraham Leber
as Mr. Zalcberg
Freddie Earle
as Jo Bernstein
Eva Judkiewiecz
as Mme. Zalcbert
Paula Levy
as Mme. Sonia
Henri Haut
as Albert
Madeleine Goldstejn
as Mme. Goldstejn
Israel Goldstejn
as M. Goldstejn
Freddy Earle
as Jo Bernstein
Claude Mouton
as Double Bass
Pierre Benque
as Dora's Husband
Lola Wiszkop
as Dora's Daughter
Simon Bouchoucha
as Dora's Son
Dan Manor
as Felix's Son
Guita Gruzina
as Vera's Cousin
Alma Fogiel
as Israeli Guide
Shouki Fogiel
as Neighbor
Doron Avrahami
as Taxi Driver
Sasha Chernichovsky
as Hotel Employee
Hagit Manor
as Young Girl
Natan Cogan
as Graneck
Armand Finkel
as Flag Man
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Critic Reviews for Voyages

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (3)

The film's final moment will make you gasp and your heart tingle.

October 6, 2005 | Full Review…

a film of incredible emotional subtlety

April 30, 2001 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review…

Shooting with a respectful remove that captures an intimacy by sheer doggedness, Finkiel creates a rich atmosphere by simply looking, listening and peering past the surfaces.

April 30, 2001 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

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