Steven Spielberg's film "Munich" failed to portray the personalities of 11 Israeli Olympic team members killed in a 1972 terrorist attack but will keep their memory alive, the mother of a victim said Monday.
"I felt they almost lost sight of the athletes," said Dorothy Berger, 85, who saw the film in a private showing in suburban Cleveland with her husband, Benjamin, 88, and members of their immediate family.
&to=http://english.pravda.ru/world/2002/09/05/36064.html' target=_blank>"Munich" mixes vintage news coverage with Spielberg's re-creation as members of the Palestinian terror group Black September infiltrate the Olympic Village, beginning a hostage standoff. Israel responded to the massacre by tapping an intelligence officer to lead an undercover team to assassinate the suspected plotters.
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