7 Days in Entebbe

Synopsis: Inspired by the true events of the 1976 hijacking of an Air France flight en route from Tel Aviv to Paris, and the most daring rescue mission ever attempted.
Genre: Crime, Drama, History
Director(s): José Padilha
Production: Focus Features
 
IMDB:
5.7
Metacritic:
49
Rotten Tomatoes:
25%
PG-13
Year:
2018
107 min
Website
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(MAN SINGING IN HEBREW

OVER SPEAKERS)

(ALL SING IN HEBREW)

(MAN CONTINUES SINGING

IN HEBREW OVER SPEAKERS)

(ALL SING IN HEBREW)

(MAN CONTINUES SINGING

IN HEBREW OVER SPEAKERS)

(ALL SING IN HEBREW)

(MAN COUGHING)

(TOILET FLUSHES)

(COUGHING CONTINUES)

(COUGHS)

(WOMAN SPEAKING GREEK

OVER INTERCOM)

(SPEAKS ARABIC)

(MAN SPEAKING GREEK)

MAN:

Come. Come through please.

(ELECTRONIC CHIMING)

(QUIET CHATTER)

Move! Over there!

Everybody,

this is a hijack situation!

- (PASSENGERS SCREAMING)

- Nobody move!

- Nobody move!

- If you all stay in your seats

and do not move,

no one will be harmed.

But if anybody tries anything,

I will throw this grenade.

Nobody move!

Everyone stay in your seat!

Don't move! I have a bomb!

(PASSENGERS SCREAMING)

(GRUNTING)

Sit down!

Sit! Sit!

(PANTING)

We've got the cabin

under control.

It's four of us.

We've got weapons and bombs.

If you try anything,

you will die.

Comrade 39,

is the cabin secured?

- Cabin secured.

- Stay in your seats,

and nobody try anything.

Everyone in here, get into

the back cabin now. Move!

Take nothing with you.

Move, move!

Who's the captain?

- I am.

- You two, out.

I'm the flight engineer.

I'm-I'm needed here.

You, up.

BRIGITTE:

Move! Hurry, hurry!

- Come on. Come on!

- Leave your bags. Go!

- Faster!

- Come on, go!

- (WOMAN GASPS)

- And you, too.

Okay, okay, okay.

Faster! Come on!

PRIME MINISTER RABIN:

If we don't have good schools,

a good health system...

if we don't invest

in our own culture,

what are we fighting for?

We cannot allocate

all the taxpayers' money

to your ministry, Shimon.

The defense budget

is already 31% of the GDP.

A raise of ten percent

in four years.

In my personal assessment,

a ten-percent increase

in military spending

- is the minimum that we need.

- (MURMURS OF DISSENT)

Anything less would be

a dereliction of our duty.

Now, this is not about

a choice, gentlemen.

This is compulsory.

This is about the survival

of Israel.

As the Yom Kippur War proved,

our intelligence capabilities

are also lacking.

We don't have the assets

on the ground.

We need more agents.

We need to buy more influence.

The Russians

have massively increased

military aid to Egypt.

Syria is also re-arming.

(VOICE FADING):
There are

Russian military personnel

back in the Golan Heights.

It is not just tanks

and airplanes.

Also, capabilities are lacking.

If we are caught

off guard again,

the consequences

will be catastrophic.

In my assessment, Russia...

This is compulsory.

This is about the ten percent

that we need.

We cannot allocate money

to health and education

when we are being driven

into the sea by our enemies.

BOSE (OVER SPEAKERS):

You're required to hand over

all documents that give

evidence of your identity.

Anyone who is caught

holding back any papers

will be punished without mercy.

ALI:

Come on, everyone, give me

your passport

and I.D. card, too.

Passport. Passport.

Passport. I.D.

Come on, give me

your I.D. card, too.

Okay.

Passport.

There are 239 passengers

on board.

83 are Israeli.

Legally, it's a French problem.

It's their airliner

and mostly their citizens.

If it's a hijack,

we'll make sure

the press understands that.

I can call the editors.

It's a hijack.

They'll fly back here

to challenge us.

They always do.

Amos, Prime Minister...

this is our problem.

You mean it's my problem,

Shimon?

- Uh...

- Sit down.

- No, excuse me, but...

- Sit down.

My daughter really needs

to go to the bathroom.

You?

Yeah.

You need to go?

Hurry up.

(SPEAKS HEBREW)

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