PLS 201 - Movie Review - Munich

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2/25/06 PLS 201 Bergman Movie Reflection – “Munich” At first I was under the impression that this was another World War II movie that was going to be like “The Pianist.” I never really saw a trailer for it, just the poster. On the way to the theater to see the movie, my dad, who had seen it previously, filled me in on the premise of the whole thing. I didn’t even know this movie was “inspired by true events” as it says. Once I found out it was about a whole Olympic team getting taken hostage and later murdered and the team hired to go out and kill the Arabs responsible for this, I was pretty interested. It took me a minute in the beginning to absorb and follow what was happening in the movie because I was pissed off that I had paid for a soup and sandwich at Quiznos before getting to the theater, since I hadn’t eaten all day, only to find out that they only put the soup in the bag. Anyway, I finally got my focus on and into the movie. I felt sorry for Avner in the beginning and end of the movie. It was unfortunate that Israel
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2008 for the course PLS 201 taught by Professor Markwilliam during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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