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(22606) 6.6 114 min 2017

Disobedience is a movie starring Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, and Alessandro Nivola. A woman returns to her Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her for her attraction to a female childhood friend. Once back, their passions...

Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, Alessandro Nivola, Anton Lesser
Romance, Drama
Sebastián Lelio

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Drama
Director Sebastián Lelio
Writer Naomi Alderman, Sebastián Lelio, Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Stars Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, Alessandro Nivola, Anton Lesser
Country Ireland, UK, USA
Also Known As Tottelemattomuus, Desobediencia, Nesupunere, Непослушност, A rabbi meg a lánya, Ulydighed, Ulydighet, 離經叛愛, Ungehorsam, Olydnad, Nieposłuszne, Sõnakuulmatus, Desobediência, She'ahava nafshi, İtaatsizlik, Désobéissance
Runtime 1H 54M
Description From a screenplay by Sebastián Lelio and Rebecca Lenkiewicz, the film follows a woman as she returns to her Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her decades earlier for an attraction to a female childhood friend. Once back, their passions reignite as they explore the boundaries of faith and sexuality. Based on Naomi Alderman's book, the film stars Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams and Alessandro Nivola.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 29 Sep 2020 06:16

My friends and I went to see this film on the recommendation of our friend who works at a local film festival and it turned out to be one of the best films we'd seen. I was moved to tears by the story. The protagonist, a journalist, sets out to do a story on the death of a young woman and her family after her story is made public. She gets the story and decides to investigate. She discovers a legacy of issues the family has been living with. The protagonist, as well as her husband, her mother, and her brother, all have gone through periods of emotional turmoil, and while their coping skills may have helped her cope in some ways, they can't escape the cost of their failed marriage. They make horrible choices that make the protagonist's ultimate decision a little easier. When the story is told the protagonist, we're told, is innocent of any wrongdoing, except perhaps a slightly less than polite remark at the end of a romantic dinner. This comes across as something of an anti-climax, as if they were merely satisfied to have had the last word in the marriage, and not disappointed in the life they lost. But that's not really how the story is told. The protagonists live in a parallel universe where everyone is secretly unhappy with their lives, and those who aren't don't have to deal with the public reaction of their marriages or their families. Those who do have to deal with the consequences of the social pressures of having a 'double life' are still happy. It's a delicate balance, one that leads to a more complex story and a bigger canvas for the director to work with. There's the 'indifference' of the protagonist, who is still in denial about her life. She's under the impression that everything's fine. The ending of the story is ambiguous, as if the protagonist is aware of her husband's intent to kill her. But it isn't really clear until the end, and at that point we're told the protagonist, by her daughter, has known the truth for quite some time. And it's not just a few days after they married. It's been a couple of years. The director has made a powerful statement, not just about human relationships but about the reality of the internet, where everyone is connected, and the space that surrounds it. The actor who plays the father, and does most of the acting, is also the director's son. The performances are all very strong. The director is renowned for his ability to evoke empathy and tear. I felt both with him, as an audience, and as the director, as a character. He doesn't give you a full-throated emotional punch at the end, but he makes it absolutely clear that this isn't just a love story. This isn't just about the murder of the daughter. It's about the cost of having a family that is living in a virtual reality, where the truth isn't as important as the illusion. It's not just a character study, as you might expect, but it's also a character study about an actor and the value of his art.
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 23:08

I like this film, for all its flaws it's still an interesting film to watch. The big criticism is that the film is way too short, and it is for that reason that the film was an unsuccessful hit. The film is excellent. I liked the writing, I like the characters, I like the ending and the fact that it's one of those films that you can watch over and over again, all while not having to think of any of it. It's a bit of a tired old cliche of a girl being thrown out of her home by her 'father' and she goes on a quest to prove him wrong and to make him proud, and a film about making the wrong choices or just being stupid. In other words it's an old cliche about a young girl trying to make sense of her life, and of course making the wrong choices or being stupid. And again that's what makes it so good is the fact that the girl just seems to go through all of it, and the film, as she goes through it, is so worth watching, and the whole thing has a quite simple message, which is nice, but is there any other reason why we should be watching a film like this than because it is about a young girl with a not good life and the film wants to make us feel sad for her and make us sympathise with her. It's a film about a young girl having to live through a lot of crap, and it's a lovely film to watch. And of course it's not a perfect film, and the fact that the girl has to get into a whole mess of big problems, makes it pretty hard to watch and understand what's going on, and it does get a bit too 'chaotic' for my tastes, but I like the film. And the other problem I have is that I'm not really a fan of the ending. I didn't think it was very satisfying. But I still liked it, and that's my main complaint, I think it's a bit overplayed. It's an enjoyable film, and if you like it I would recommend you to watch it, I think you will enjoy it too. And I am not going to say that you should or shouldn't watch this film, because I think it's an OK film, but not a classic.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 09:40

Some people have compared this movie to Close Encounters of the Third Kind, but really, the themes of this film are more nuanced and complex. While it's not a perfect movie, it was a rewarding experience for me, which I don't think I will ever forget. This movie had a lot of amazing elements to it, and I think some people's reactions to this movie are more or less based on what they like. I've seen some comments about the actors and their performances. I think they were fantastic. I thought Kate Winslet's performance was absolutely perfect. I didn't like her as Juliet in Star Wars, but she proved that she is a capable actress and I hope she continues to make great performances like this. I also thought Edward Norton's performance was great. I thought he was great in this movie, and he was very good as Denzel Washington's character in Forrest Gump. I think he was great in both films, and I look forward to seeing what he does next. People have said that the story was predictable. I thought it was. I had a feeling of what was going to happen from the beginning, and I was very prepared for it. I also thought that some of the characters were underdeveloped, so I would give the acting awards to the actors that did a great job, and then the writers for creating an emotional connection between the viewer and the characters. The end of this movie was very powerful, and I can't wait for the sequel to this movie! I recommend this movie to anyone who likes movies that take chances and are adventurous. This movie is a film that anyone can enjoy, and that is what I look for in movies. I'm very happy to see that I have found a movie that I will be able to watch again and again.
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 10:41

Three years after the death of his wife, an elderly man (Edward Furlong) spends the summer in the country with his teenage grandson, accompanied by his teenage daughter (Kim Dickens). The grandson feels the need to be a man, however. He tells his father that he is gay, and the father then asks the grandson to come with him and his family to some other country and to be with them in the family home. The grandson decides to stay in the country and to be with his family. However, he gets in conflict with his father and sister, and learns to be a man in secret. The first thing that catches your attention is the fact that the movie is about a young boy. A young boy is very important, you can see this in many movies and TV series of the 1980s and 1990s. Even nowadays, the films of this period are not a lot better than the first one, but at least you know it's a boy, that's why you don't miss the movie, even if it's about a teenage boy. Edward Furlong was a well known actor before this movie, as a small part in A Walk to Remember, but now he was also a big star, since he starred in the star-studded Star Wars movies and in lots of TV shows. Edward Furlong was a young adult actor, who was very charismatic and a good actor. It was a good idea to cast him as the grandson of the family that's forced to be a man. In fact, he is rather good at playing a child actor. He's an even better actor than Furlong himself, who was a great actor. The son's son and the mother's daughter are also very good actors, who could also have been in the movie. For the actors in the movie, this is a great film that shows how good actors can also be in a movie. You can see that Edward Furlong was a good actor. He was a talented actor, who could be in a movie that would win an Oscar. He was in a famous film with the stars of the year that year, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. In this film, Edward Furlong showed his acting abilities. In the film, he plays the role of Furlong Jr., the boy who's forced to be a man. The grandson is not a good actor, but he's very good, he can be a good actor as well. Edward Furlong is very good at acting, and as the grandson, he was the best. The movie is great, especially because it's not about a boy, as in some other films that I know. You know that the grandfather is gay and will be killed by the father in the end, but you don't know why. It was very good, it was interesting to watch. It's a great film.

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