Coalition for Justice & Peace in Palestine

Sydney, Australia

Much too promised land

Hal Wootten discusses Peter Kosminsky’s The Promise – recently screened on SBS and about to be released on DVD:
“Apologists for special interests have a choice. They can be open to The Promise as one of many ways a film about the Israel–Palestine conflict could be made, they can accept its challenge to seek solutions, they can learn from it, even if some of the lessons may be painful, and they can offer competing views and interpretations and emphasise different points if they wish. Alternatively they can firmly close their minds, refuse to recognise the challenge or seek solutions, resist any lessons they could learn, and seek to suppress the film.”
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This entry was posted on February 17, 2012 by in News and tagged , , .

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