Steven Spielberg’s Munich is easily one of the most powerful films of the year. So powerful, if you’re like me, you’ll get online to start reading more about the making of the fact-based film as soon as possible. There’s plenty of debate about accuracy or politics in the film, but it’s also just well-made cinema. Here are two of the more interesting articles I’ve found:
– The San Francisco Chronicle chats with one of the widows of the assassinated Olympic athletes about their reaction to the film and their own perspective of the real-life events.
– Aaron Klein contributes a piece for Slate, detailing some of the ways in which Munich may stray from the facts. (Spoiler alert: Consider this article off-limits if you don’t want plot points explained to you.)