“The Chosen” retells a standout amongst the most reliable stories in writing, the story in which two individuals from various foundations defeat their question and figure out how to acknowledge each other’s customs. These stories generally work best when the gathering of people is in sensitivity for both arrangements of customs; this is not the correct time, for instance, for a film around a Moonie figuring out how to coexist with an adherent of the Ayatollah Khomeini. In “The Chosen,” one of the saints is the child of a dynamic Jewish scholarly, and the other is the child of a Hasidic rabbi.
Whatever is left of the motion picture builds up this account of two unique universes, against a background of World War II and the arrangement of the condition of Israel. Reuven (Barry Miller) is the child of the erudite person (Maximilian Schell), who is included in Zionism and the arrangement of a Jewish state.