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Drama | History
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
118 min
IMDB Rating:
7 / 10 
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Directors: Bartlett Sher [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Recounts the true-life, previously secret, back-channel negotiations in the development of the pivotal 1990s Oslo Peace Accords between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization.


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Must see

A thought-provoking film that tries to convey a message to the whole world. Please watch...

Humanity is dead...

The film, which consists of a painful story, is successfully reflected to the audience with the outstanding performances of the actors. A very impressive movie that makes you question your humanity. You should definitely watch.

All They Needed Was Waffles

An unofficial meeting in Oslo back in the 1990s between Israeli and Palestinian representatives seems an oddly specific thing to want to make a film on, and, on the face of it, an even stranger thing to want to celebrate, considering the state of that region even today: What did they achieve? What has changed? What there will EVER change?

But it does a lot with very little - a tiny cast, almost all in a single location - and successfully opens what was originally a stage play up to look and feel very cinematic. The acting is nuanced and engaging, and while the end result of it may all seem a little naive and simplistic, it's entertainingly done, and feels much like other real-life-stories executive producer Spielberg has had a hand in, such as Munich and, especially, Bridge Of Spies.

There's nothing groundbreaking or truly first rate here, but this is a nice film with nice sentiments, best summed up in the words of one of the characters in it:

"Our peoples live in the past, both obsessing over what we have lost.

Let us find a way to live in the present."
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