Diameter of the Bomb
Cert: 12A Year: 2005 Length: 85 mins
A double-bill, one fictional, the other fact, on the topic of suicide bombings. An act that baffles, angers, and sickens people the world over, yet seems to have no end of volunteers or supporters who see the perpetrators as martyrs.
The factual film, a documentary examining the before, during and after of the suicide bombing of a bus in Jerusalem four years ago serves as counterpart to the devastating consequences depicted in the fictional: both offer a rare opportunity to examine this modern phenomenon and provide viewers with an extraordinary insight in to the horror of modern guerrilla warfare.
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