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When Israeli filmmaker Dror Moreh saw Errol Morris’ riveting documentary The Fog of War, in which he interviews former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, he was inspired to make a film that would give viewers access to someone from his country’s inner circle. He wanted to speak directly to decision-makers, and he set his sights on the leaders of Shin Bet, Israel’s secret police. These powerful individuals have never spoken publicly, let alone spoken out, before. After several years of persuasion, planning, shooting, and editing, The Gatekeepers is opening in theaters—and already has the imprimatur of an Oscar nomination as Best Documentary Feature. The...

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