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Publisher: Chris Tomlinson
Bio: Breitbart Journalist. English/Canadian. Traditionalist/Monarchist. High Tory Populism. Email: ctomlinson(at) views are my own.


240 votes

Genre: Thriller

year: 2019

Tomatometers: 8,1 / 10

actor: Anat Ravnitzki

A psychological thriller, INCITEMENT follows the year leading to the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, from the point of view of the assassin. The film details, for the first time, the forces that act upon the assassin, including the religious and political incitement, the personal and the interpersonal turmoil. It is a psychological portrait of a political assassin seeking to kill democracy. It is also a portrait of a torn society on the brink of civil war



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| Nell Minow January 31, 2020 We know the facts of the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin because it is a true story. So "Incitement" is what newspaper editors call a "tick-tock, " showing us how it happened and, as the title indicates, why it happened. The winner of Israel's top film award, it is now the official Israeli submission for the international Oscar. Rabin was killed in 1995 by a radical "ultranationalist" named Yigal Amir, at political rally in support of the Oslo peace accords between Israel and Palestine. Amir (Yehuda Nahari) was what today we might call alt-right. He considered any accommodation to the Palestinians to be a betrayal of Israel. And therefore, in his view, that made Rabin a worse threat to the Jewish state than the Arabs. The movie unfolds from his perspective, not as a way to make us sympathetic to him but to provide context that shows the pernicious influence and support system that brought him to the rally at the Kings of Israel Square in Tel Aviv, armed with a semi-automatic gun loaded with hollow-point bullets because they do the most damage. Advertisement Amir shows us who he is immediately. We see him at an anti-Rabin protest, and then, when he is arrested and cuffed, we see that he is very good at using an easy charm and some equally easy lies to get out of trouble. With his hands cuffed, he pleads with the policeman to let him go. He first says he is a law student and will not be allowed to become a lawyer if he has a record. When that is unavailing, he quickly switches to another, more romantic and more powerful plea. He says he is about to be married and his bride will refuse unless he is let go. He is let go. And we learn that he thinks quickly and has an instrumentalist, ends-justify-the-means approach to anything he considers a paramount concern. We then see him at the law school, asking if he can literally borrow the shirt off a friend's back. Amir is going to see a young woman he is interested in and wants to look good. Like the police officer, the friend initially says no, but is persuaded by Amir's persistence and apparent sincerity. The girl is Nava ( Daniella Kertesz). Amir tries to impress her, bragging about being admitted to an exclusive Ashkenazi high school, even though he was from a Yemeni immigrant family. He tells her, "I'm like a laser pointer. I mark targets and conquer them, one by one. "  Their conversation may sound more like a job interview than a date to American audiences, but Israelis and Orthodox Jews will recognize the laser pointer focus of courtship in that community. There is no kissing, not even touching, no chit-chat about favorite movies or whether it is better to vacation in the mountains or at the beach. They are there to make a decision about whether they want to get married, and once basic topics like how many children and whether they want to live in a settlement, things move very fast, and the next step is meeting each other's families. Nava agrees to meet Amir's family but when she arrives at their home she is overwhelmed by the number of people and implied expectation that everything is all but settled between them. She leaves before Shabbat dinner is served. Some targets cannot be conquered, even by laser pointers. Before Nava leaves, though, Amir's mother tells her how he got his name. They planned to name him after the first man in the Bible to admit he made a mistake. But at the bris, they impulsively changed it to Yigal, which means "he will redeem, " a name that is "a full sentence. " His mother believes he will fulfill that destiny. Tick tock. Nava does not want to marry him, a frustration. Amir becomes more and more caught up in the idea that Rabin was a "pursuer" (rodef in Hebrew), someone with murderous intent who may or even must be stopped according to Talmudic law. The question is, by whom? It is not clear whether Amir is really being encouraged by the rabbis he consults or whether that is his interpretation, but he is convinced that he has the right and the obligation to act. As an Israeli army veteran, he and his friends all have military training in weapons and tactics. Once they believe killing Rabin is their mission, they have the skills and the tools to pursue the man they have deemed a "pursuer. " Nahari shows us Amir's warmth and his ability to persuade others as well as to be persuaded himself. He makes Amir an appealing character while not making him sympathetic or trying to persuade us he is a hero or a victim. Director/co-screenwriter Yaron Zilberman deftly blends archival footage with scenes of Yigal becoming increasingly committed to murdering the Prime Minister. The scenes of current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, then head of the opposition Likud party, at a rally opposing Rabin's peace deal, point to the inflammatory rhetoric as leading to Amir's grandiose conviction that he was saving Israel by killing Rabin. The extreme, sharply divisive, partisan language might have seemed a world away to us if we had seen it 25 years ago. Now, it seems chillingly close. Tick tock. Reveal Comments comments powered by.

Remind me when Incitement is released Save to Calendar Google Calendar Apple iCal Microsoft Outlook. სიხარულით ველი როდის ვნახავ. მსახიობები მაგრები ჩანან და უკვე მესაყვარლება. @haitipi which nation is the nation founded in atheism that u're talking about? pls enlighten me... @YosupMofo And again what you want to say by saying Quran printed in tissue. and all that nonsense? Everyone knows it, u are dedicated in defaming and insulting Islam. U burn Quran, Infidel solders enter our mosques and destroy its sanctity. and so on. And now this. No surprise man. This is your job. Have you ever seen or heard any Muslim insulting any other faith by doing all these insane things? U see, this time I have something to advice u guys. u r just burning to see Islam growin.

Very well-made and difficult to watch, this film does justice to its topic. As a potential assassin Igal Amir needed only a few (but powerful) motivators to lead him to a gun and help him pull the trigger. In doing so he changed to course of history. With great restraint this film delves into both Amir and the influences around him leading eventually to the murder of Prime Minister Rabin. The direction and acting are on a very high level and anyone wishing to gain insight and learn lessons from this horrific event should invest the time in seeing this film. It provokes thought as well as feeling, thus qualifying it as an important piece of film making.

Sir Please make a video on PIL and its full process. მოგიტყანთ ფრაიდი. 9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan. Oh they are raping there too ?how fkin typical look at Europe and u wanna say its racist to point that out. This film is a re-creation of the life of Yigal Amir, the assassin of Yitzhak Rabin, from the time of the announcement of the 1st Oslo peace accord, to the actual deed. While Yigal was already a nationalist (he starts by being arrested at an anti-Oslo rally) various forces encouraged or abetted him towards assassination.
There is his mother, encouraging him to greatness, as per his name. There are rabbis who proclaim that Jewish law should supercede secular law, and also that Rabin is a "Persuer" and an "Informer" permitting him to be killed. There is a Likud / Bibi rally, where calls to kill Rabin go unchecked. There are girlfriends / potential brides, who just distance themselves from him but not report his thoughts to authorities. About the only person who comes off well is his father, who said that, if Rabin should be struck down, it should be by the hand of God and not of man.
I was at the world premiere (see: trivia) where the director said the film project was started 5 years ago, and it is just coincidental that it is coming out as populists hold hate-filled rallies.

Critics Consensus No consensus yet. 100% TOMATOMETER Total Count: 11 Coming soon Release date: Jan 31, 2020 Audience Score Ratings: Not yet available Incitement Ratings & Reviews Explanation Tickets & Showtimes The movie doesn't seem to be playing near you. Go back Enter your location to see showtimes near you. Incitement Videos Photos Movie Info In September 1993, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin announces the Oslo Accords, which aim to achieve a lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians after decades of violence. Yigal Amir, a law student and a devoted Orthodox Jew, cannot believe that his country's leader will cede territory that he and many others believe is rightfully -- by the word of God -- theirs. As the prospect of a peaceful compromise approaches, Amir turns from a hot-headed political activist to a dangerous extremist. Consumed by anger and delusions of grandeur, he recruits fighters and steals weapons to form an underground militia intent on killing Palestinians. After his longtime girlfriend leaves him, Amir becomes even more isolated, disillusioned, and bitter. He soon learns of an ancient Jewish law, the Law of the Pursuer, that he believes gives him the right to murder Yitzhak Rabin. Convinced he must stop the signing of the peace treaty in order to fulfil his destiny and bring salvation to his people, Amir's warped mind sees only one way forward. Rating: NR Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Jan 31, 2020 limited Runtime: 123 minutes Studio: Greenwich Entertainment Cast News & Interviews for Incitement Critic Reviews for Incitement Audience Reviews for Incitement Incitement Quotes News & Features.

If this goes well we'll release: Mice Blind 3. The intense but clean-cut young man slows his Beetle down at an Israeli Army checkpoint on a rainy night. He’s going to “the funeral” he says. When the soldier takes a breath to ask more questions, perhaps search the car, the driver puts him at ease. “It’s OK, bro, ” he says in Hebrew. “ I’m a Jew. ” But that Jew was Yigal Amir, and that funeral was for Baruch Goldstein, the Israeli American physician, zealot and mass murderer who had shown up at the Cave of the Patriarchs, a Muslim holy place in Hebron, put in his earplugs and shot 154 Palestinian worshippers — 25 fatally. And to Israeli Jews like Amir who showed up on that rainy February night in 1994, he was a hero. “Incitement” is a riveting Israeli docudrama about the chain of events that led Amir, an intense, fanatical ex-special forces soldier turned law student, to assassinate Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, a murder that directly led to decades of right wing rule in Israel, much of it by the indicted, corrupt darling of Israel’s religious right, Benjamin Netanyahu. Yehuda Nahari Halevi depicts Yigal Amir in all his many colors — intense, “focused like a laser” on the law, on “the most beautiful girl” on the campus of Bar-Ilhan University, Nava ( Daniella Kertesz) and on Rabin and the Oslo Peace Accord. He hates the Accord, the 1993 Clinton-negotiated pact that aimed to set a path forward for ending decades of bloody conflict between Israel (Rabin signed it) and the Palestinians (represented by Yasser Arafat). At home, Yigal and his mouthy mama ( Anat Ravnitzki) echo the rhetoric on posters, graffiti and by the screaming protesters they see on TV — that Rabin is a “traitor, ” a “murderer” and that Jewish Law has a response for that. The hate runs deep between mother and son. The Palestinians are “ragheads, ” and any time Yigal runs into an old army buddy, the phrase “The Executioner” pops out to describe his ruthless treatment of Palestinians. His Torah scholar father ( Amitay Yaish Ben Ousilio) doesn’t join in their rants.  He and Yigal share a beautifully-written debate that has all the fury and self-righteousness of youth hurled against the wisdom of age, experience and far deeper-learning.  Dad won’t hear of “this demonic government” in his house. Mom, on the other hand, is sure her boy “will be the greatest, ” whatever he decides to do with his life. Wink wink. “Incitement” is about rhetoric, racism, courtship rituals and religion, and director and co-writer Yaron Zilberman (“A Late Quartet”) sees to it that each has its moments in the complex portrait of Israeli culture and one-man’s radicalization that he creates. Amir’s family are Yemeni Jews, defensive — looked down on outside of their community. Yigal is “Gali” at home, but meeting Nava’s family, he gets the third degree. She seems quite tentative about this full-court press toward “engagement” that the “laser-focused” Yigal is giving her. Yigal’s Mama expects no less. Those are “settlement” Jews, “hypocrites. ” He’ll never be good enough for them, she hisses. The word “incel” crept into my mind as I watched Yigal try to recruit a “militia” to take over defending territories that Israel was going to withdraw troops from thanks to Oslo. He arranges religious history tours that he fills with classmates — potential militiamen. But only his militant brother and a fellow interested in Yigal’s sister sign up. These guys fume and scheme and buy guns and even procure explosives (from a soldier, no less) for a planned mosque attack, hoping to “mow down” Palestinians, “Chicago-mob style. ” Would a little attention from the opposite sex divert them? When so many eligible women from their corner of the Judaism spectrum are like Margalit Har-shefit ( Sivan Mast), maybe not. She’s the daughter of a conservative rabbi, so maybe she isn’t as independent as she first comes off. Yigal seeks affirmation from any number of rabbis, looking for clarification of Jewish Law and its tenets — “Law of the Pursuer” and “Law of the Informer. ” Those are the justifications these raving rabbis are shouting in public for “revenge” or “punishment” of Rabin for pursuing this peace deal with the people who blow up buses on a regular basis. Questioned in person, most equivocate, one even admits “I was joking around. ” With posters of Rabin in Palestinian garb, or a Nazi uniform, flooding the streets, what harm could calling for his death in a sermon cause? Kidding! Yigal’s mother Geula is here to unravel the “tribal” schisms among Israeli Jews, the “secular” vs “ultra-orthodox, ” Ashkenazi/Sephardic” splits that fuel resentment and hatred for “The Other. ” Every tit-for-tat killing, bombing or incident after Goldstein’s massacre just makes their case, in the minds of the committed. The generous use of TV news coverage, interviews and speeches in the film show Rabin struggling to keep the majority of Israelis on board this “new way, ” and the sinister opportunism of Netanyahu, showing up at every fresh incident, fanning the flames. Movies about assassins (“Nine Hours to Rama, ” “The Gandhi Murder”) rarely get this deeply into the life and conditions that inspire a political murder. “Incitement, ” which swept last year’s Israeli Academy Awards and was Israel’s entry as “Best International Feature” for Hollywood’s Oscars, manages to be both thorough, damning and fraught throughout. We know what’s coming. So do a LOT of people around this guy, some of whom took him seriously, one or two who figured “You’re all talk. ” Zilberman makes no bones about it. “Lone gunman” isn’t an apt description here, if it ever is. Violent words can lead to violent acts. And violent acts, even by a supposed “lone gunman, ” change history — especially when there are people who openly celebrate his violence, or brazenly pretend that it never happened. MPAA Rating: unrated, scenes of graphic violence Cast: Yehuda Nahari Halevi, Daniella Kertesz, Amitay Yaish, Ben Ousilio, Anat Ravnitzki and Sivan Mast Credits: Directed by Yaron Zilberman, script by Ron Leshem, Yaron Zilberman and Yair Hizmi. A Greenwich Entertainment release. Running time: 2:02.

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