Back Door Channels: The Price of Peace
For the first time ever, the filmmakers take the audience behind the public veil obscured by a first of its kind White House issued media blackout on the events. Behind the press conferences and into the smoke-filled backroom corridors of power during one of the world's greatest historical moments - the 1979 Camp David Peace Accord and Treaty between Egypt and Israel. For one brief moment in time, Arab and Jew put their differences aside and embraced peace. Menachem Begin, Anwar El-Sadat, and Jimmy Carter - were the strategic geniuses that crafted the peace, but it was the men behind-the-scenes, some driven by deeply held faith and conviction, others merely by raw ambition, who found a way to get them together and drive the peace process.
Cast: Henry Kissinger, Jimmy Carter, Leon Charney, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Andre Azoulay
Produced by: Harry Hunkele
Directed by: Harry Hunkele
Written by: Jonathan Hicks, Harry Hunkele, Arick Wierson, Matthew Tollin
Running time: 1hr 35min
Opens: Sep 16, 2011 NY
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