Israeli Cinema Is Finally Tackling Rabin's Assassination, 20 Years Later
The release of Amos Gitai's 'Rabin, the Last Day' and Erez Laufer's 'Rabin in His Own Words' highlights the contrasting approaches to the former prime minister's death taken by features and documentaries.
Israeli feature films have largely stayed silent on the killing of Yitzhak Rabin, until now. Twenty years have elapsed since the only assassination of a serving Israeli prime minister, who paid for a peace...
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