Looking for movie tickets enter your location to see which movie theaters are playing yentl near you enter city, state or zip yentl synopsis young woman (barbra streisand) poses as talmudic schoolboy in circa-1900 poland read full synopsis read the common sense media review positive messages. Check out the exclusive tvguidecom movie review and see our movie rating for yentl. Singer-songwriter jill sobule is best known for her hit single i kissed a girl but today she's taking on a new kind of project: writing original music for a new staging of the play yentl her version shares little with barbra streisand's movie musical. The movie: for some reason, a lot of the women in my life, both ones who were simply friends and those who were something more complicated, have had a thing for yentl i've never quite understood. Amazoncom: yentl (two-disc director's cut): barbra streisand, mandy patinkin, amy irving, nehemiah persoff, steven hill: movies & tv editorial reviews a young woman charms her bearded roommate and a merchant's daughter while posing as a talmudic schoolboy in circa-1900 poland. Yentl na de dood van haar vader vertrekt yentl (barbra streisand) naar polen om de talmud te besturen dit is streng tegen de regels van de torah in waardoor schrijf een review mooie film magdalena12 1 mei 2018 ik raad dit product aan mooie film,zeker voor mensen die van de oudere films houden , en bovenal. Yentl (1983) on imdb: movies, tv, celebs, and more.
Reviewed by colin jacobson: i won't state that i feel yentl exists solely in that self -inflating vein, as i think streisand had something she really wanted to say with the project unfortunately, it still comes across like an ode to her own greatness, and it proves to be rather dull and silly affair fans will enjoy this. Overview of yentl, 1983, directed by barbra streisand, with barbra streisand, mandy patinkin, amy irving, at turner classic movies. Barbra streisand argued that sexism cost her oscar nominations for yentl and the prince of tides during a spirited public interview at the tribeca film festival on saturday but it wasn't just men who balked at the idea of a woman calling the shots on a major motion picture.
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Review yentl what: a cleveland play house production of the classic gender- bending tale by leah napolin and isaac bashevis singer, based on the ( singer dismissed that version in an interview in the new york times: one thing is sure: there was too much singing in this movie, much too much. After numerous complications (including avidor and yentl falling in love with each other, briefly, after she reveals her secret to him, along with her bosom), the film ends with everybody getting what they always wanted - haddas and avigdor to live happily ever after with each other, while anshel, now yentl once again, goes.
And it should come as no surprise that barbara streisand's grandiose, broadway- style film adaptation simply doesn't suit the times we need singer's story minus the schmaltz, minus the swelling orchestra to tell us how we're supposed to feel we're ready for a yentl with greater depth and nuance. In their 1985 film quarterly review, allison fernley and paula maloof lauded streisand for departing from genre expectations, namely upholding yentl as a strong female and therefore potential feminist role model rather than an accomplice in a male-dominated romance, for defying the expectations of the musical genre by. When the oscar nominees were announced, leaving barbra streisand all but skunked for her film yentl, she asked a friend: streisand's $145-million film garnered good reviews from most of the country's critics and is doing well at the box office—grossing $356 million so far the public is recognizing. Metacritic music reviews, partners by barbra streisand, produced by kenneth babyface edmonds and walter afanasieff, the album from the multi-award- winning vocalist includes duets when i was a kid, i heard leonard maltin review 'yentl' and he said, i really wanted to like yentl, but i just couldn't.
Yet friends who had previewed the picture had been overwhelmed by yentl—or so they told barbra jane fonda said she was in tears when the movie ended, and steven (et) spielberg hyped it as the best directing debut since citizen kane early reviews ranged from ecstatic to mixed then came the review by janet. A jewish girl disguises herself as a boy to enter religious training. The movie itself: our reviewer's take nothing is impossible so exclaims yentl , the girl - check that, woman (check that, middle-aged woman) - who masquerades as a boy in turn-of-the-20th century eastern europe so she can expand her mind and embrace the religious teachings of the talmud,.
Billed as both a barbra streisand album and as an original motion picture soundtrack, yentl contains the songs, sung by streisand and written by michel legrand and alan and marilyn bergman, that the character played by streisand sings as internal monologues in the film, sometimes with spoken dialogue interspersed. To give you a notion of the special magic of yentl, i'd like to start with the following complicated situation: yentl, a young jewish girl, wants to be a scholar but girls are not permitted to study books so she disguises herself as a boy, and is accepted by a community of scholars she falls in love with one of. Theater j's yentl has quite a bit to compare to, given the expectations set by the immensely popular movie starring (and written and directed and produced by) barbra streisand and the long-running broadway play by leah napolin based on the isaac produced by theater j reviewed by alan katz. Yentl, an album by barbra streisand released in 1983 on columbia (catalog no js 39152 vinyl lp) genres: film soundtrack, soundtracks, show tunes rated #871 in the best albums of 1983 featured peformers: barbra streisand (vocals), alan bergman (lyrics), marilyn bergman (lyrics), michel legrand (music), phil.
Super reviewer ½ this is la streisand's show from opening to end credits if you love barbara, you'll love this flick, especially when she sings 'papa, can you hear me' with full emotive expression this film is her long-cherished adaptation of isaac basheviis singer's short story, 'yentl, the yeshiva boy. Barbra streisand directed, co-wrote, co-produced, and starred in this 1983 musical drama film, adapted from a 1975 play of the same name (based in turn off the short story yentl the yeshiva boy by isaac bashevis singer), about a jewish girl in poland who becomes a wholesome crossdresser so she can receive an. Watch yentl movie trailer and get the latest cast info, photos, movie review and more on tvguidecom. Dressed as a boy, yentl is no longer resentful of male privileges, and for the first time she feels attracted to a man--the virile, bearded avigdor, played by mandy patinkin, who can hardly wait for his wedding to hadass, played by amy irving when these three repressed characters become entangled, the movie (like singer's.