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Hamilchama al hashalom

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Music director  Irwin Bazelon
Duration  
Country  Israel United States France
Director  Jules Dassin
Genre  Documentary
Writer  Irwin Shaw
Language  English
Release date  11 June 1968
Cast  Joe Dassin, Claude Dauphin
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Hamilchama al hashalom is a 1968 film directed by Jules Dassin. A version in French was released under the title Comme un ├ęclair, and the English language release was titled Survival 1967.

Synopsis

This film documentary uses the 1967 Six-Day War and its immediate aftermath as its basis. The material primarily presents Israeli sources and perspectives. It has been characterized as an anti-war screed. The film was panned for presenting little footage documenting the war, as well as for conflicting, alternating viewpoints and overall lack of narrative focus.

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