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The Gatekeepers (Shomerei Ha'saf)

MOVIE SYNOPSIS
The Gatekeepers (Shomerei Ha'saf)


The five former heads of Israel's Secret Service exclusively reflect on their successes and failures to maintain security, even while violence flares up again, this time in the Gaza Strip. These five men individually and as a group have come to reconsider their hard-line positions and advocate a conciliatory approach toward their enemies based on a two-state solution.
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MPAA rating:
PG-13
for violent content including disturbing images
Directed by:
Dror Moreh
Genre:
Documentary
Running time:
01:35
Release date:
2013
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