Reviews for this film from our members:
- [New – 10/9/14] | Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast
- [New – 12/12/14] | David Upton @ So So Gay
- Excerpt: Cinematically, Schirman’s filmmaking feels limited; the recreations are hampered by the awkward framing provoked by a need for distortion and vaguery, while the two men are framed in rather morbid black rectangles, their faces square and confrontational.
- [New – 1/9/15] | Sarah Ward @ Concrete Playground
- [New – 9/11/14] | Ron Wilkinson @ MonstersandCritics.com
- Excerpt: A real life spy thriller proving the truth is stranger than fiction.
- [New – 10/17/14] | Andrew Wyatt @ St. Louis Magazine
- Excerpt: The film’s overall effect is undeniably pulpy, and even tacky at times, but Mosab’s haunted agitation and Yitzhak’s matter-of-fact affability keep the film grounded in the overwhelming risks that double agents face on a daily basis.