'Munich': Spielberg's Most Provocative Film Yet

Mathieu Kassovitz and Hanns Zischler in 'Munich'

Mathieu Kassovitz and Hanns Zischler in 'Munich.' Universal Pictures hide caption

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Set after the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics, Steven Spielberg's film, Munich, follows a secret Israeli squad assigned to track down and kill the 11 Palestinians suspected of having planned the attack. Critic Kenneth Turan says Spielberg's film is about the "murkiest, most divisive of real world issues."

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