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The Song of Names is a movie starring Tim Roth, Clive Owen, and Jonah Hauer-King. Several years after his childhood friend, a violin prodigy, disappears on the eve of his first solo concert, an Englishman travels throughout Europe...

Genres
Drama
Director
François Girard
Starring
Clive Owen, Tim Roth, Jonah Hauer-King, Saul Rubinek

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director François Girard
Writer Norman Lebrecht, Jeffrey Caine
Stars Clive Owen, Tim Roth, Jonah Hauer-King, Saul Rubinek
Country Germany, Hungary, Canada, UK
Also Known As La canción de los nombres olvidados, Le chant des noms, A nevek dala, Shir Ha'Shemot
Runtime 1 h 53 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Several years after his childhood friend, a violin prodigy, disappears on the eve of his first solo concert, an Englishman travels throughout Europe to find him.

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Wednesday, 07 Oct 2020 08:32

As a long-time student of the Talmudic Law and a teacher of the Hebrew Language, I could not fail to notice this film. It is a combination of some of the finest Talmudic dicta and Torah scholarship. The result is a fascinating and easily accessible movie. The film is based on the brilliant Talmudic commentary on the famous Song of Songs, written by Rabban Gamliel, one of the most respected scholars of the Talmud and later a disciple of Rabban Gamliel himself. The commentary itself is rather thin and uninteresting. However, the commentary is far superior to any other film about the Talmud. The commentary provides a wide variety of topics on which the Talmud was based, such as legal matters, ethics, history, medicine, theology, and much more. The commentary, for example, is about the sabbath, and the many times when it was broken. It is also a very well organized film, in that it is presented in an easy to follow chronological sequence, with great attention to each topic. The commentary also shows the many points of view of the Talmudic scholars, but they are presented in an interesting manner, and the viewers do not need to be familiar with the Talmud or the Talmudic school to understand them. For example, the discussion of the Chofetz Chaim as being the cause of the sabbath is presented in a way that one does not need to know the Talmud to understand it. The commentary also deals with the Talmud's treatment of various themes, such as the need for women to have certain rights. Also, the commentary is really thorough and detailed. The Talmud is not just a collection of books written by scholars. It is a massive collection of learned texts and practices. This commentary is a great resource for the viewer. I am really glad that someone, not just the Talmudic School, made this film. It was great to see such a well-organized film, a well-organized commentary, and a very well-organized commentary. This film is a great addition to the Talmud and the Talmud school. This film is great for a general audience, for example, and I think it is also great for a Talmudic study group. It is a wonderful movie. I recommend this film to everyone who is interested in Talmud and Talmud school.


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