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We had a family movie night while eating dinner. It took place in our tv room with 4 of us attending. It went well. It was nice to have the family together.
I was able to relate to the characters because I too am a young adult who is transitioning into independence. I really enjoyed getting to hear each person's personal life stories. It would have been cool to see a follow-up i.e. "where are they now" type ending.
I would rate the film a 7/10. It left me thinking about the politics behind the film.
I hosted a screening pf the movie FOLLOW ME, THE YONI NETANYAHU STORY to my students as a part of a class I gave them. I was trying to enhance their love for the country and their interest in the IDF and Israel's history and to prepare them for the army. The movie was very informative and inspiring. Yoni was a true patriot. It was a bit hard to watch though.
I gladly chose this movie after discussing Yoni during my trip. I visited his grave and was encouraged to look up his story from an Israeli. I learned a great deal about the Uganda mission at Entebbe that I never knew. I'm shocked that most hostages were rescued. Their bravery that day was unprecedented. By the end of the movie I was in tears. It was like a roller coaster going through Yoni's story. He was loved by so many, but he was also a very complex person that may have been misunderstood. He loved hard, and that showed in his passion for Israel. The only way I was able to relate to Yoni was when he mentioned that he missed his home life with his family, sitting around the table for Passover Sedar and lighting Hannukah candles. I miss those things like Yoni did. The best part of the movie was watching Yoni and his two brothers as children playing with eachother. They were unseparable and I really felt happy watching those boys wrestle and hug one another. I want to know more about the rescue mission. How did "The Unit" infiltrate the rest of the mission without Yoni? How did they fight without him? I would rate this film a 10. Hosting was a great opportunity to get some friends around and discuss Israel and other subjects that we wouldn't normally talk about. I had five friends join me in my living room and we all were very pleased with the film and hope to do another one soon.