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The World was watching in 1972 as 11 Israeli Athletes were murdered at the Munich Olympics. This is the story of what happened next.

For the first 15 minutes of "Munich", Steven Spielberg shows the mastery of his craft and he will probably give Lee Ang the closest fight to the finish for the Best Director Award.

The Israelis and Palestinians; reality and dreams; the fearless and the feared; humanity and brutality... "Munich" is a movie which shows both sides of the world, cleverly done with parallel cuts and seamless editing.

While Steven Spielberg is very ambitious in incorporating a Hollywood thriller into a humanity piece with a political subject, he pushes it too far off to a very long 163 minutes. It reaches the point that you don't really care“Who's next?".

However, keep yourself riveted to the end, and look out for 2 scenes. Never been a love-making scene show so much anguish. At the final scene where Eric Bana and Geoffrey Rush shares the movie's most important messages, the twin towers hang in dark shadows. Need I say more?

Munich – Steven Spielberg's directing mastery

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