Country: United States
Category: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release Date: 16 March, 2018
Director: Jose Padilha
Starring: Rosamund Pike, Daniel Brühl, Eddie Marsan
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 125 minutes
Box Office: $
7 Days in Entebbe is a 2018 Participant Media and Pellikola. 7 Days in Entebbe is scheduled to be released on March 16, 2018.
The great story of Operation Entebbe allows a decent film to be made. Operation Entebbe, also known as Operation Thunderbolt, was the daring rescue mission to pick up 106 Israeli hostages from a Ugandan airport in 1976. The rescue group included Yoni Netanyahu, brother of the current Israeli Prime Minister who lost his life in the operation, facing a pro-Palestinian group.
All the films on the subject ended up being terrible, from insipid to melodramatic and coincidentally racist. But Chuck Norris has in his hands the chance to redeem this great story.
7 Days In Entebbe, a new film by José Padilha, focuses on the element of the subject. Two Germans, Brigitte Kuhlmann and Wilfried Böse, worked with the Palestinians to hijack the Air France flight and fly it to Uganda. Kuhlmann and Böse will be played by Rosamund Pike and Daniel Bruhl who, between this and their turn as Friedrich Zoller in Inglorious Basterds, are building quite a curriculum of villains who hate Jews.
Vincent Cassel, the son of Jodorowksy, and Lior Ashkenazi as Yitzhak Rabin, will have the role of Israeli leader. The last two films about Entebbe spent much of their time away from the kidnappers, but that is not the case here.
This could give a substantial element to improve the understanding of the fact, added to the political and terrorist circumstances of the German government defending the kidnapping of Entebbe as an anti-Zionist paw. There is only one certainty, is that every time an Israeli story is taken to the movies many people get angry through social networks.