Documentary1991-2000Claude LanzmannIsraelPolitics

Claude Lanzmann – Tsahal (1994)

new york times review (january 1995)
If “Tsahal,” opening today at the Walter Reade Theater, initially seems to admire that toughness unquestioningly, it eventually grows into a thoughtful exegesis of a troubling, complex subject. This film provoked a tear-gas bombing at a Paris movie theater last November, but it isn’t inflammatory on its own merits. Mr. Lanzmann, whose background in philosophy shapes his film making in palpable ways, is more pensive than judgmental. He seeks the essence of Israel’s embattled existence during “46 years of perpetual alarm.” Slowly, doggedly, he arrives at a profound understanding of it by the time “Tsahal” is over.,_1994).avi,_1994).avi,_1994).avi

Language:english, french, hebrew
Subtitles:english for french parts & french for english parts (sub, idx)


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