The Hundred Years' War: Personal Notes

Directed by Ilan Ziv

120 minutes / Color
Release: 1983
Copyright: 1983

THE HUNDRED YEARS WAR is a sweeping picture of history, changing lives, occupations and displacements on the West Bank, and political division within the Israeli Jewish community.

PART I begins with the invasion of Lebanon and then turns to the West Bank, where it documents Israeli land and labor policies, and the ongoing displacement of Palestinians.

PART II analyzes the impact of Israel's actions in the West Bank on the development of Israeli society, with emphasis on the Gush Emunim and the rise of annexationalist forces.

"A thought-provoking and informative consideration of a complex maze of interrelated issues ... amazingly spellbiding, a rare perspective on a troubled area."—Booklist

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Ilan Ziv

Select Accolades

  • Honorable Mention, 1984 Global Village Video Festival