21 Hours at Munich
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21 Hours at Munich
21 Hours at Munich is a grim reenactment of the darkest days of the 1972 Munich Olympics. A gang of eight Arab terrorists storm the Israeli dormitory, killing two and taking hostage nine athletes. The terrorist's demands include the release of 200 Arabs held in Israeli jails; Israel follows its standard policy in dealing with terrorism and refuses to capitulate. There can be only one way that this film will end, but the tragedy of the occasion is buoyed by isolated moments of inspirational heroism. William Holden and Franco Nero head the cast, while sportscaster Jim McKay, whose emotional… More

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"...undoubtedly a vast improvement over Spielberg's nigh unwatchable Munich."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"I watched 21 Hours to Munich with a careful eye trained for any sort of preachiness or "opinionizing" from either direction, and I was pleased to notice that stuff only by its absence."
‑ Scott Weinberg, DVDTalk.com
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