With the end of the Cold War and America becoming a sole global superpower, the 1990s brought with it the promise of a new world order. The dramatic geopolitical shift also raised hopes for a comprehensive peace between Israel and two of its bitterest enemies, the Palestinian nation and Syria, achieved by the art of diplomacy and brokered by the Americans. Directed by Dror Moreh (The Gatekeepers) and featuring key players, this fascinating and important documentary looks back at a pivotal decade which started with the signing of the Oslo Accords and ended with a sense of disillusionment, leading to the Second Intifada.

Nominee – Best Film, Hamptons International Film Festival 2019

“Astonishing.” The Wall Street Journal

“A masterful summation of the Arab-Israeli conflict.” The Hollywood Reporter

“Sure to be one of the year’s top docs.” The Los Angeles Times

Screenings

16 Nov

6.00pm + Q&A

London Regent Street Cinema

Sponsors: Part of the Alan Howard International Documentary Strand

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