1950s America. Senator McCarthy is on his witch-hunt against American intellectuals, writers and filmmakers. Edward R. Murrow, CBS's uncompromising lead anchorman, confronts the senator on the nightly news.
A clueless young woman forms an unlikely bond with a recently paralyzed man, who has lost more than just his ability to walk. Me Before You is a clever romantic comedy that blends humor and tears and cynicism and romance.
In this terrific war action film, four American soldiers, on a covert mission to capture a top Taliban operative, find themselves in an ethical dilemma when they are discovered. Soon their mission transforms to one of survival.
Speakers (in Heb.): Dr. Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler, Rabbi Yuval Cherlow
Dir.: Tom McCarthy
| 128 minutes
Spotlight is the dynamic cinematic depiction of journalism at its best, and how the discovery of the truth produces opposition and takes a personal and communal toll. Tom McCarthy's effective staging and the exceptional ensemble turn Spotlight into a drama most worthy of attention.
A comprehensive portrait of the current World War is seen through the story of a “target killing” drone operation of a terror cell that is about to take out a deadly attack. “A rivetingly suspenseful drama that deftly intertwines elements of ticking-clock thriller and tragic farce” (Variety).