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Rabin The Last Day

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The film depicts the events surrounding the final days and assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, that ended all efforts of peace, and with him the whole left wing of Israel died.
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February 02, 2016

Politics aside, what's patently fascinating about Gitai's films is how his architectural background is reflected in how he structures his work.
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Jerusalem Post
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March 01, 2016

There is a gaping hole at the heart of this movie where Rabin should be. His death, rather than his life, is the star of this film.
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February 01, 2016

As close as my political beliefs may be to Gitai's and as sympathetic as I am to his analysis, I can't help but mistrust his filmmaking.
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January 29, 2016

A docu-drama exploring the dire effects of extremism in politics, religion, and speech.
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RogerEbert.com
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January 29, 2016

Frequently horrifying and never less than absorbing, "Rabin, the Last Day" is a meticulously observant portrait of a broken society.
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Otroscines.com
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April 26, 2016

An admirable elegy for the lost opportunity to achieve peace between Israel and Palestine. [Full Review in Spanish]
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March 10, 2016

An unusual work that mixes genres to at times awkward but always powerful effect.
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The Film Stage
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February 21, 2016

It isn't quite an Israeli version of JFK, but Rabin, the Last Day rivals Oliver Stone's film in seeking to pose questions that official studies have refused to explore.
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New York Times
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January 28, 2016

It's a profoundly frustrating movie, which is to say that it's an authentic expression of profound frustration.
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The Nation
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February 10, 2016

I think Gitai is admirable for following its tradition of critical, investigative moviemaking in his own rough-and-ready style.
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Christian Science Monitor
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February 05, 2016

With material this powerful, we shouldn't have to continually be puzzling out what's real and what's staged.
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January 28, 2016

At times overemphatic (no one will ever accuse Gitai of holding too much back), this docu-thriller is also agonizingly suspenseful, despite the foreordained conclusion.
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