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About the Movie
Six former heads of Israel’s Shin Bet domestic secret service agency share insights on their actions and decisions as they set internal security policy for Israel.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 107
- Fresh: 100
- Rotten: 7
- Average Rating: 8.3/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: It offers startlingly honest insight into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from some of those who called the shots.
Fresh: A remarkable character study.
Fresh: There is a powerful moment in [the film] when Diskin, head of the Shin Bet from 2005 to 2011, candidly remarks that for the Palestinians he is himself a terrorist. That is not relativism but realism, and the welcome sign of an empathetic imagination.
Fresh: As a clear-eyed examination of a conflict that seems to have no end, The Gatekeepers is powerful, provocative stuff.
Why are there no subtitles?
Not entirely honest.
Although based on first hand accounts, this film clearly focuses on the negative side of the things these these great men accomplished. Despite saving hundreds and maybe thousands of people (both Jewish and Arab) this film is edited to accentuate the failings of the Shin Bet.
The movie is very biased
It has no clear story and content and it is not worth watching it.