Hamilchama al hashalom
|Hamilchama al hashalom|
|Directed by||Jules Dassin|
|Produced by||Irwin Shaw, Jules Dassin (Paris)|
|Written by||Irwin Shaw|
|Narrated by||Jules Dassin (English version)
Claude Dauphin (French version)
|Music by||Irwin Bazelon|
|Edited by||Roger Dwyre
|Distributed by||United Film Enterprises|
|Release dates||11 June 1968|
|Running time||70 minutes|
Hamilchama al hashalom is a 1968 film directed by Jules Dassin. A version in French was released under the title Comme un éclair, and the English language release was titled Survival 1967.
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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