Promised Lands (1974)
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Journalist Susan Sontag made this film as a photographic essay on the State of Israel and a recent war which took place there. In it, she meditates on the current (1974) situation of the country and its people and her feelings about Israel and its future. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
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Critic Reviews for Promised Lands
Sontag's true talent was for the printed word; behind the camera, her limitations come more harshly to light.
The movie does not advertise its alliances, and Sontag's position is pretty thoroughly hidden in the folds of her imagery.
...a reminder of a time when a noted writer and intellectual was willing to take the risk of working in a medium in which she had no training and minimal experience...
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