Readers respond to 'Munich'

What is it about this film that has everybody up in arms?

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February 5, 2006 13:09
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Steven Spielberg's Munich has drawn fire for attacking Israel, sympathizing with terrorists, and "dishonoring" the Mossad. Film critics have blasted it on artistic grounds. The Anti-Defamation League's Abraham Foxman, on the other hand, called Munich kosher. What is it about this film that has everybody up in arms? If you've seen Munich and want to weigh in, please use the talkback above.

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