Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Romance, War


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A Protestant World War II pilot and a Jewish girl fall in love in Jerusalem, even though their diverse backgrounds threaten to pull them apart.

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  • Tom Hanks and Cristina Marsillach in Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986)
  • Tom Hanks and Cristina Marsillach in Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986)
  • Tom Hanks and Cristina Marsillach in Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986)
  • Tom Hanks and Cristina Marsillach in Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986)
  • Cristina Marsillach and Moni Moshonov in Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986)
  • Cristina Marsillach in Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986)

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12 May 2001 | PeterJackson
7
| Thought-provoking at least
One of the earlier efforts of Tom Hanks, this film is a nice, if somewhat unremarkable love story set against the background of WW2 in Jerusalem. Hanks meets a young jewish girl (Marsillach), they fall in love, but have to face her strongly religious family. The story is not as much about the war, as it is about love and religion. Though, the film isn't very "deep", it has some interesting ideas, for example the choice between human feelings and tradition. The strong religious beliefs of the girl's family seem so cruel at times, that it's hard to have any sympathy for them. Maybe a bit too black-and-white for some, but certainly an interesting little film, with (of course) an excellent Tom Hanks in the lead role. 7/10

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