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  • Directed by: Amos Kollek Rating: TV-14
    Release Date: 1992 Running Time: 81 min
    Language: English Genre: Drama
    Category: Feature    

    Faye Dunaway stars as ambitious reporter Faye Milano who finds herself unable to remain an objective, third party observer while covering the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in this made for television war drama.

    During her first foreign assignment in Israel, Faye discovers her opinions on the Palestinian uprising are simplistic at best. Faye is eventually led through a series of events which result in her becoming unwittingly involved in the death of a supposed collaborator.

    Double Edge





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