NEW YORK -- "If this film does not lead to change, there is no hope for Israel," said Israeli director Dror Moreh. He was referring to his new documentary The Gatekeepers, which has been nominated for an Academy Award. The title of the film refers to the six directors of the Shin Bet, Israel's internal security service, who, in a series of extraordinary interviews with the director, speak about their work in detail for the first time. Perhaps partly in response to Moreh's personal charisma and partly out of what seems to be deep concern born of real patriotism, these…Read More... | 20 Comments
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