In 1967, Israel won a war in six days. They called it the Six-Day War. Part of their ‘victory’ included occupying the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. Recognizing the need to instill immediate law and order in these occupied lands, Israeli lawmakers set up immediate laws and orders. If you didn’t know, Israel is still occupying those there lands, and those there laws and orders are still in place. Guess what, a lot of them laws and orders are pretty unjust, but justice is blind, right? Director Ra’anan Alexandrowicz doesn’t think so, so he gathered a bunch of those Israeli dudes who created & interpreted them laws and tries to hold them accountable. Sounds like a good idea, but the gist is gotten after about 30 minutes, and then yer stuck watching the same point being hammered home for another hour, and it grows about as tiresome as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict itself. WHEN WILL IT END?????
Verdictgo: Sum Merit But No Stinkin Badges
and until next thyme the balcony is clothed…