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Well-chosen news and archival clips, footage from CFP's provocative rallies, plus a series of skillful and useful reenactments help flesh out this inspiring portrait.
The film is a space for listening, for trying to understand.
Effectively illustrates the universality of suffering by juxtaposing the stories of people on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Their stories are compelling - and persuasive.
The film's boldness matches the bravery and thoughtfulness of the subjects being profiled. It also offers considerable hope for future generations.
The film gives a hearing to people from both sides, unpicking their ingrained hatred and exploring the moment when they decided that enough was enough.
A steady procession of stories about anger provoked by atrocities on both sides, battles fought, won and lost and growing despair over whether there will ever be away out of the cycle of violence.
Disturbing the Peace is the kind of movie we need at this moment, aesthetic concerns be damned.
The shattering confessions that kick off Disturbing the Peace make up for its imbalanced worldview.
A substantive documentary lauding the efforts of Combatants for Peace to bring a two-state solution to Israel/Palestine.
These determined optimists have their work cut out for them to reach a plurality that can bring some version of the two-state solution back to negotiations.
By focusing on combatants from both sides who came together to bring about change, Disturbing the Peace is a rejoinder to pessimism, delivering a message of hope that lands with some success.
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