Directed by Shimon Dotan
In the nearly 50 years since Israel's decisive victory in the 1967 Six-Day War, hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens have established expanding communities in the occupied territories of the West Bank. Frequently coming into direct conflict with the region's Palestinian inhabitants, and facing the condemnation of the international community, the settlers have been viewed by some as the righteous vanguard of modern Zionism and by others as overzealous squatters who are the greatest impediment to the possibility of peace in the region.
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★★★★ review by Scout Tafoya on Letterboxd
Deeply upsetting but very, very well done.
★★★★ review by Paolo Kagaoan on Letterboxd
A documentary about the Jewish settler movement. Very intellectually dense and brutally honest. Watch this and then hug your neighbours. intheseats.ca/poignant-facts-review-settlers/
★★★★½ review by hnevis on Letterboxd
Left leaning doc on the settler movement. Good background
★★★½ review by Andrew Parker on Letterboxd
Israeli politics will never be easy to understand, but this is a fascinating look at the Jewish Alt-Right. Races to a conclusion, and leaves some key points dangling, but overall chilling and relevant.
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