The shooting lasted on six tense days in June 1967, but the Six Day War has never really ended. Every crisis that has ripped through this region in the ensuing decades stems from those six ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Lara S (de) wrote: Best movie I've seen all year.
Dr A (de) wrote: I can't avoid being biased on this movie. I grew up this music and still listen to it constantly. It has a very good straight forward structure and style and it goes straight to the point without any sugar-coating. The interviews could be longer but they land well and fit right in with the story of the evolution of punk. I would like to see the full interviews from each of the subject in the film.My biased rating is 4.5 although it really is a 4.0... I would rate it a 5.0 but, oh, well, I love this documentary.
Erika S (ca) wrote: hilarious and deep all at once
Tim R (br) wrote: A visually exciting epic experience!
Mark S (ca) wrote: An excellently atmospheric, beautifully shot film. There didn't really have to be much happening in terms of plot and dialogue the film was so good to look at. This does have a simple story to it with little dialogue from the lead character - the least I've seen since watching Montgomery Clift in Hitchcock's I Confess - but the story is a moving tale of unrequited love and the performances and direction are of such a high quality that there isn't much need for dialogue for the feelings on display to register.
Joseph W (fr) wrote: Great movie from start to finish. Definitely up there in the top ten best Sci-fi films of all time.
Matt M (de) wrote: Despite a few funny moments, this is probably the weakest entry in Parker's filmography.
Peter M (au) wrote: Unfortuantly this is van damme's worst early action film, it has little to offer in terms of action and is rather dull throughout, only worth watching if your a hardcore van damme fan.
J K (ca) wrote: Was I the only one who thought this movie was annoying as hell? Yeah, we know Drew's parents tried to bilk her out of her E.T. millions. She's a big star now. Big deal.
Art S (us) wrote: Fly-on-the-wall look at (unconstitutional) hearings and a crazy alternate penalty (the punishment park) for those protesting the Vietnam War. Some relevance for Bush-era policies (Patriot Act) but the improvised speeches of the (real) radicals seem dated (tho' sadly the violence may not be).