Live and Become
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Live and Become
Rating & Content Info
Why is Live and Become rated Not Rated? Live and Become is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
The life and death realities of a refugee camp set the backdrop for this movie about a young boy, sent to Israel, and told to lie about his parentage and religion. The backsides of some naked children in a shower are shown. The practice of circumcision is mentioned, and later a Rabi about to perform this procedure is seen holding a scalpel. Characters discuss the atrocities they’ve faced, which includes starvation, depravation of water, murder, rape and mob violence. Fistfights and a beating are depicted, one where a character sustains a bloody wound. A young man accepts an invitation from a prostitute, who sits on his lap and undoes his shirt. A married couple kisses passionately, and then later exchanges some sexual remarks when they crawl into bed together. Some social drinking is portrayed. A few mild profanities and two extreme sexual expletives are used.
Page last updated April 30, 2009
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News About "Live and Become"
Cast and Crew
Live and Become is directed by and stars Yael Abecassis.
The most recent home video release of Live and Become movie is December 30, 2008. Here are some details…
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A young boy who escapes from a concentration camp also carefully guards the secret of his true identity in the movie I Am David. Another Jewish family struggles with the cultural impact of immigrating to America in the film Avalon. A lonely orphan finds a new home with an elderly brother and sister in the classic Canadian tale Anne of Green Gables.