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September 09, 1988 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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It is a picture that
describes, as The Wall Street
Journal put it in an en-
thusiastic review, "a country
in agony." Left vs. right,
religious vs. secular,
Ashkenazi vs. Sephardi,
Lotan's list of troubles scrat-
ches only the surface of a
country Schonfeld attempts
to explore in depth.
But despite the grim view of
Israeli life he displays in the
film, the 34-year-old director
insists his "passionate link
with Israel" remains intact.
Born and raised in New
York, product of a "fervent
Zionist, modern Orthodox"
upbringing, Schonfeld said in
an interview that "my Jewish
identity is tied up with my
love of Israel!'
Growing up, said Schonfeld,
a slight man with unruly
black hair, a dark scraggly
beard and white-rimmed
eyeglasses, "my outlook on
Israel was highly uncritical,
although in American life I
considered myself on the left.
I protested our involvement
in Vietnam, but I rejected
much of what I would hear
that was negative about
Israel."
In the wake of the Lebanon
War, however, Schonfeld sens-
ed that things had changed in
Israel. He was living in Lon-
don, making documentary
films for British television,
when he set out for Israel "to
make a broad film, without a
blueprint. The film is our
response to the reality we met
there!'
Schonfeld acknowledged
critics who charge that the
film does not present a
"balanced view" of Israel's
troubles — the voices in
"Shattered Dreams," heard in
conversations, arguments,
demonstrations and riots, are
those of the extremes.
Rabbi Meir Kahane de-
nounces Arabs at an outdoor
rally, while his Jewish op-
ponents heckle from the
sidelines. A contingent of
Israel peace activists flies off
to Romania to meet with of-
ficials of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, and
returns to the jeers of their
right-wing countrymen. Ac-
cording to a cool review by
The New York Times' Walter
Goodman, "The middle is
slighted?'
But the effect, said
Schonfeld, was intentional.
"In America today, there is
an unshaken notion that
there is only one story to tell
about Israel, and it has to be
told over and over again. If
you don't reiterate and
reiterate and reiterate how
beleaguered Israel is, it's not
enough."

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