The Champagne Spy (Meragel Ha-Shampaniya) (2007)
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Oded Gur Arie was born in Israel, and as he was growing up in the 1960's his father would frequently go away on business trips for weeks on end, with little warning of when he would be coming or going. Oded was puzzled by this, but it wasn't until Ze'ev Gur Arie moved to Paris with his wife and son that he told young Oded what he did for a living -- he was an agent with MOSSAD, the Israeli intelligence agency, and under their tutelage he was leading a double life as Wolfgang Lotz, a wealthy
May 31, 2007 Wide
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The Champagne Spy brilliantly succeeds in demonstrating the overarching point of the festival's doc slate: In Jewish culture, the political is, and has always been, personal.
...not only a fascinating story, but further proof that Israeli cinema is coming of age.
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