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A cinematic saga
François Dubuisson

Branch Press , 2001 ) 402–3 . 29 This conception will be called into question by the film Munich (USA, 2005), directed by Steven Spielberg, which challenges the legitimacy of the means used to fight Palestinian terrorism. See Yosefa Loshitzky , ‘The Post-Holocaust Jew in the Age of the “War on Terror”: Steven Spielberg’s Munich ’ ( 2011 ) 40 : 2 Journal of Palestine Studies 77–87 . 30 See, however: The Siege (Edward Zwyck, USA, 1996); The Body (Jonas Mccord, USA, 2001); Mogadiscio (Roland Suso Richter, Germany, 2009); Carlos (Olivier

in Cinematic perspectives on international law