58 minutes and 90 minutes versions, 1998
The first feature-length documentary about Israel's prime minister, murdered in 1995. His widow, Leah Rabin, tells of war and peace, duty and family, the life of Yitzhak Rabin and the story of Israel. The film was shot on location in the Middle East and the United States, and includes unique archival material. It is an intimate portrait of an impressive leader, profiled by the people who knew him best, those who loved him and those who fought him, with exclusive appearances by Leah Rabin, Yasser Arafat, Simon Peres, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, General Uzi Narkis and many others.
An AVA production in cooperation with Endemol Entertainment (Netherlands) for NCRV Television (Netherlands).
Winner of the
New York Film Festival Finalist Award