Charged with overseeing Israel’s war on terror, the head of the Shin Bet — Israel’s secret service agency — is present at the crossroad of every decision made. For the first time ever, six former heads of the agency agree to share their insights and reflect publicly on their actions and decisions — offering an exclusive account of their experiences and attitudes during, and after, their service. –TIFF
As a peacebuilder, watching this - the conclusions of the men make sense. If nations can wage war, why not peace? Why can't we try trust instead of terror paranoia? I had no problem with the pacing. I was gripped start to finish. I can think of a thousand ways this film could be useful when talking about conflict, peace, military, politics... you name it.
The Gatekeepers is an Oscar nominated and much awarded documentary that brings together six former heads of Shin Bet Shin Bet, better known as Shabak, is responsible for internal security of Israel and its head is one of the top decision makers in the government on security matters. Continue reading the full review on mostlycinema.com
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