The Fabelmans (2022)

  • Release: 2022   (23 Nov 2022)
  • Genre:  ✯ Drama
  • Language: English
  • Country: United States
  • Runtime: 151 mins
  • Rating: 8
  • Quality:  ✯ 1080P WebRip ✯ 720P WebRip
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Loosely based on Spielberg’s childhood growing up in post-World War II era Arizona, from age seven to eighteen, a young man named Sammy Fabelman discovers a shattering family secret, and explores how the power of movies help us see the truth about each other and ourselves.

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Director :
Steven Spielberg

Writer :

Steven Spielberg

Actors :
Michelle Williams | Gabriel LaBelle | Paul Dano | Judd Hirsch

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‘The Fabelmans’ is Spielberg’s long-awaited trip to the psychotherapist’s chair, as a result of which it turns out that the magic of cinema actually exists


For many years, Spielberg shot blockbusters, introduced a new film language, forever changed the place of sound in the industry, but only at the age of 76 he reached a film about himself. And when a big director shoots about himself, he inevitably works in the genre of ‘cinema about cinema’. Spielberg turned out, as always, very naively and very sincerely.


The film shows the life-being of the Fabelman family. This is exactly like the Spielberg family, but with a different Jewish surname. My mother is a pianist who could not really realize her potential, and my father is a brilliant engineer who stood at the origins of computers in the USA. At home, the Fabelmans sing Russian songs, dance to the “Kalinka-Malinka”, and on the weekend the harsh uncle Boris comes. However, ‘at home’ is a very conditional concept. The Fabelmans, along with Sam (the prototype of Spielberg himself), are constantly moving. From New Jersey to the Grand Canyon, and from Arizona to northern California.


Spielberg is honest and cruel, he spares no one. He openly talks about his mother’s infidelity, accuses her of the collapse of the family, but at the same time pays tribute – she is the only one who believed in little Steve’s ‘hobby’. The father is kind, intelligent, but infinitely distant. Spielberg again talks as if he has his hand on an altar Bible. In this regard, the “Fabelmans” reach the level of the “Hand of God” Sorrentino in sincerity, and the “Mirrors” in film studies Tarkovsky. They have a lot in common with ‘Eight and a Half’ Federico Fellini – a personal story is written in a broader context.


‘The Fabelmans’ closes the eternal questions about why there are so many parental scandals in Spielberg’s films. The image of a child huddled under a table and covering his ears from the cry of adults is the most painful and the deepest for the director. Now it’s not just an episode in a movie, but a self-contained plot in a full-fledged meter.


The topic of Spielberg’s Jewishness becomes very important. For himself, he obviously closed it with the “Schindler List”, but young Sam was still very far away from him. In Saratoga, after moving, the Fabelmans find themselves the only Jewish family in the neighborhood. As a result, Sam goes through constant bullying in the style of ‘apologize for killing Christ’.


And even ‘The Fabelmans’ about first love. Ridiculous and naive again. Sam Fabelman ingratiates himself into a slightly strange and Jesus-obsessed girl who, before a kiss, asks a Jewish guy to pray and let Christ into himself. I don’t know if Spielberg watched Licorice Pizza, but all the scenes with the failed engagement are direct and brilliant quotes from Paul Thomas Anderson.


And still – it’s secondary. And love, and family, and even kosher. Th

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