A film that casts a light on one of the most traumatic events in Israeli history: the assassination of the Labour prime minister Yitzhak Rabin by a young right-wing radical, determined to undermine the difficult process to build peace with the Palestinians.
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Kudos to Amos Gitai for addressing the elephant in the room: the Israeli fundamentalists brutally murdered their own prime minister - with the complicity of the Authorities - after a long process of delegitimization and criminalization, showing that they are indistinguishable from the so-called "terrorists".
The beginning, by "doing documentary", made me fear the worst, that doesn't come. The sequences of the post-attack, between the hospital and the killer's detention, are the best of the film, an energetic and intelligent narration of History. Although a good structure between what is filmed and the actual documents, extends too much an idea of investigation lacking a stimulating editing conception.