A psychological thriller, INCITEMENT follows the year leading to the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, from the point of view of the assassin. The film details, for the first time, the forces that act upon the assassin, including the religious and political incitement, the personal and the interpersonal turmoil. It is a psychological portrait of a political assassin seeking to kill democracy. It is also a portrait of a torn society on the brink of civil war.Written by
During the film's world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, the screening was stopped roughly five minutes in and the audience had to evacuate due to a security threat. The screening was resumed when it was determined that there was no longer a threat and the screening concluded without incident. An unattended backpack in the cinema was the reason for the evacuation. It had been left by someone who had gone to get popcorn. See more »
You people only act on desire like animals. The mind must always prevail.
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Well done but disturbing
I thought this movie was excellently well acted and directed. It was seemed very close to the truth about this disturbed individual and the events that caused him to act as he did. Having lived through this period in Israel, I came out of the theater very disturbed and upset. An important movie which the powers at the top tried to prevent larger circulation.
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