West of the Jordan River [Sub: Eng]
We talk about some events that will relate about the man Amos Gitai. Amos will make a new mission into Palestine to returns to the West Bank to better understand the efforts of the citizens, both Israelis and Palestinians. Amos tries to overcome the consequences of the 50-year occupation in a different way. We live here a documentary look about Interspersing footage of his interviews with Yitzhak Rabin from the 1990s with the contemporary interviews of everyday citizens for these challenges in Palestine.
Actors Of "West of the Jordan River [Sub: Eng]"
Critics Of "West of the Jordan River [Sub: Eng]"
January 08, 2018 Gitai's latest is just as scathing as his previous offerings, but much more streamlined than some of his earlier non-fiction ventures.Read in Source
Spirituality and Practice
January 25, 2018 An Israeli director's look at the devastating fallout from the 50-year occupation of Palestine.Read in Source
Big Apple Reviews
January 08, 2018 Everyone in Israel and the territories wants peace according to Gitai's doc, but still there is no peace. Could the people be moderating their real views to get space in this film, or is there another reason?Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
January 25, 2018 "West of the Jordan River" is as formally precise at it is politically unapologetic.Read in Source
May 25, 2017 Not only a thought-provoking, moving and surprisingly optimistic documentary, but an intimate, handmade artifact that can look forward to wide exposure on the festival circuit ahead.Read in Source
June 05, 2017 A dry and sometimes depressing film, but informative and humane too.Read in Source
Film Journal International
January 24, 2018 An annoying rehash of anti-Israeli sentiment in connection with the occupied territories.Read in Source
January 25, 2018 The maddeningly unfocused Israeli documentary West of the Jordan River doesn't reveal anything insightful about Gaza settlers' reasons for either supporting or rejecting a two-state solution.Read in Source
January 26, 2018 A film that has a lot to say but lacking the appropriate way to say it.Read in Source
New York Times
January 25, 2018 Through interviews with Israeli politicians, and Palestinians and Israelis in the West Bank, "West of the Jordan River" gives voice to peace-seeking residents on both sides of the conflict.Read in Source
January 22, 2018 The result is a work that feels like a preamble to a larger statement that the filmmaker can't manage to formulate.Read in Source
January 25, 2018 Interviews mostly liberal Israeli politicians, journalists, and activists in civic organizations working to bridge the gap the government won't cross--feels sadly dated .Read in Source
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