With one pinned, he orders the hostage takers to kill James and Stevie.
For her, the film clearly emerges from a personal space, from her cultural identification with her Israeli childhood.
Now she is proudly escorting , adapted from a memoir by Israeli novelist Amos Oz, to Cannes film festival.
In a series of Twitter postings, Daily cited this brief moratorium as an example of how the industry is unwilling to change- to the detriment of it's actors.
What stories we tell to create our identity, what stories we tell to create our dreams.
With Jean Reno in Léon.