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Everything Is Illuminated

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Transcript of Everything Is Illuminated

Everything Is Illuminated is a 2005 adventure/dramedy film, written and directed by Liev Schreiber and starring Elijah Wood. It was adapted from the novel by Jonathan Safran Foer.
The film was released by Warner Independent Pictures studio in September 16, 2005.
The film was dubbed, but not absolutely: original speech of actors was remained.
Jonathan Foer, a young American Jewish man, goes on a quest to find the woman who saved his grandfather during the Holocaust in a small Ukrainian town called Trachimbrod that was wiped off the map when the Nazis liquidated Eastern European shtetls. His guides are a cranky, anti-semitic grandfather; his deranged Border collie named Sammy Davis Jr. Jr.; and his over-enthusiastic grandson, Alex, whose fractured command of English, passion for American pop culture, and constant chatter threaten to make the worst of every situation. But what starts out as the tour from hell turns into a meaningful journey, with an unexpected series of revelations that will change all of their lives.
Everything Is Illuminated
There is only one star in the film. He is
Elijah Wood
American Chronicle recounted the film as one of the "rare films that encapsulate the emotion of discovery and drama with humor", while Time Out called it "an unbelievably assured debut as a director". Noted film critic Roger Ebert praised the film and gave it 3 and a half stars out of 4.
2005: Lanterna Magica Prize: Venice Film Festival: Liev Schreiber
2005: Biografilm Award: Venice Film Festival: Liev Schreiber
2005: Best Screenplay: São Paulo International Film Festival: Liev Schreiber
It is very unusual film, I have never seen such film before. It left a deep & lasting impression on me. On the one hand it’s easy to see & there are a lot of comedy scienes, but on the other hand it’s full of serious content.
Dialogue seems real & actors speaks effectively.
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