The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Like a sombre archaeological dig, this documentary disinters the 1990s Oslo peace process between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organisation.
A story that is heartening and heartbreaking by turn.
The main virtue of the film lies in the thoughtful interviews given by the Israeli and Palestinian negotiators, both the accompanying voice-over commentaries and their later on-camera appearances.
An enlightening documentary that goes behind the secret, even illegal, negotiations that came the closest to finding peace in the Middle East.
Devastating, resonant documentary account of the secret 1993 Israeli-Palestinian peace talks succeeds by sticking with its subject well past the flashbulb-signing ceremony.
The Oslo Diaries provides an even-handed approach to the 1992 Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
In pretty much all realms, we need to relearn the kind of brave and fragile process that was at the heart of the 1993 Olso Peace Accords.
Three essential points emerge. Talking leads to enemies discovering one another's humanity.
It is a film to be watched and discussed, now and until we achieve real peace.
The Oslo Diaries is more frustrating for how it both simplifies the political complexities of the situation and dilutes the drama of the story.
Most of the film generally isn't as interesting as the real-life drama might imply, making this viewing for history junkies and political fans only, rather than a documentary with crossover appeal for those who nodded off in history class.
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