All quiet on the West Bank front, for now
A new Israeli movie, 'Bethlehem,’ is a gripping drama set during the darkest days of the second intifada. Anyone watching it will hope those days never return, but the renewed peace talks will play a big role in determining that.
The Israeli film Bethlehem, slated to compete at the upcoming Venice Film Festival, recreates a period that most Israelis would rather forget. Its plot is set deep in the days of the second Intifada, when suicide bombers blew themselves up in Jerusalem busses and on Tel Aviv streets on a weekly basis.
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