But yes documentaries can be one-sided and all of us have a skewed political background, and therefore if a documentary penalizes one side for tragedies, than this would be unfair. A splicing together of film footage where Shin Bet officials are consistently criticizing the Israeli Government (the political sector) would not show a comprehensive background of events from all angles. There's probably some truths to the documentary and PM Netanyahu should acknowledge its Israeli "creativity" even if he doesn't agree with its premise, which incidently all documentaries are creative productions, in attempting to analyze the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Even "Argo" has a slanted creative aspect to it, but nevertheless, an effectively good film, which former President Jimmy Carter hopes will win the best picture Oscar.
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