Category Archives: film review

‘Tears of Gaza’ – The Movie

‘Tears of Gaza’ – The Movie Sunday, September 18, 2011 at 10:41AM Gilad Atzmon ‘Tears of Gaza’ by Vibeke Lokkeberg is a documentary film that should be watched by every American, to see how Israel spends our taxes. Every European … Continue reading

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>Gilad Atzmon: Inside What Job? A film review

> Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 2:56AM Gilad Atzmon   “There is definitely a fear among certain Jews in this industry…And it’s because it’s spreading past Wall Street now. There’s a growing animosity towards the wealthy, and especially the wealthy … Continue reading

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>"Carlos the Movie: the Palestinian Cause through Zionist Eyes

> Carlos, the movie: my review translated into English Arwa kindly translated my critique in Arabic of Carlos, the movie: “Carlos the Movie: the Palestinian Cause through Zionist Eyesby As`ad AbuKhalil Lebanon celebrated the movie “Carlos.” The movie’s director, Oliver … Continue reading

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‘The Time That Remains’ – the movie

Rehmat’s World May 6, 2010 · ‘The Time That Remains’ is sort of an autobiographic narration of its director and screenplayer, Elia Suleiman, who last produced ‘Divine Intervention’ (see videoa below) in 2003. The movie is based on four historic … Continue reading

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Not Much Time Remains for Israel- A Film Review by Gilad Atzmon

Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at 7:43AM Gilad Atzmon The London Palestinian Film Festival opened this year with Elia Suleiman’s latest feature “The Time that Remains” (105min), a monumental reflective and poetic take on Palestine since 1948. To a certain extent … Continue reading

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Polanski’s Ghost Writer – a film review by Gilad Atzmon

It is somewhat puzzling that director Roman Polanski, who has managed to evade justice for more than three decades, decided to make a film chronicling a disgraced British PM in his attempt to escape the War Crimes Tribunal in The … Continue reading

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