Credited cast:
Frédéric Encel ...
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Didier Epelbaum ...
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Alain Finkielkraut ...
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Boaz Ganor ...
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Alain Genestar ...
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Ilan Greilsammer ...
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Roselyne Koren ...
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Neil MacDonald ...
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Georges Marion ...
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Gérard Miller ...
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Fiama Nierenstein ...
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Sari Nusseibeh ...
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Edwy Plenel ...
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Olivier Rafowitz ...
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6 May 2005 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

Superb is this movie summed in one word. It's an honest and interesting documentary, and not dull like most out there. Definitely a must-watch for anyone interested in the Israel-Palestine conflict.

The movie starts by showing scenes of Itzhak Rabin's memorial, with a famous modern Hebrew memorial song in the background. For any Israeli who was here at the time this happened in 1995, it will surely strike a nerve, making the movie that much more desirable to watch.

After that, different interviewees go on to explain the bias toward Israel in the French media. The movie is packed with information about this.

To anyone familiar with Jewish history, the film can be compared with Zola's letter/article called 'I accuse', where he accuses the French government of anti-Judaism. Much in the same fashion, this movie accuses the French media of anti-Israelism, and provides substantial evidence as to why this is true.

If you're interested in the Israel-Palestine conflict, get this movie.

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