The Green Prince
An Unlikely Spy from the Israeli Resistance Movement

The Green Prince - An Unlikely Spy from the Israeli Resistance Movement
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Cynthia

This documentary isn't just about bravery and courage; it is a present day Jonathan and David story. I felt love and admiration for these two men, a rare view into the deep bond of male friendship--the kind of friendship that both men and women hunger for (but most of us wouldn't want to go ...Read more

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Zoe

This is such an unusual story, you have to watch it to believe it, it will keep you gripped till the very end and leave you feeling reflective on the complexities of identity.

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