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"Language to Language "
A review of the documentary "Language to Language".
# 142683 | 750 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Film (Documentary) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Language (General)


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The paper relates that "Language to Language" is a documentary comprised of interviews with artists and scholars who all emigrated to Israel. The paper looks at how they all describe the conflict between their mother tongue and Hebrew. The paper shows how in every interview, three themes arise: emigration to Israel after World War II, repressed language, and lost identity.

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""Language to Language" is a documentary comprised of interviews with artists and scholars who all emigrated to Israel. They all describe the conflict between their mother tongue and Hebrew. In every interview, three themes arise: emigration to Israel after World War II; repressed language; and lost identity. The Debate: The debate in the film is centered on how the conflict can be reconciled between having to acquire a new language that will largely replace the..."

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