7 Days in Entebbe  



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7 Days in Entebbe (2018)

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In 1976, four hijackers take over an Air France airplane with 248 passengers on board and force it to land in Entebbe, Uganda.

Director: José Padilha
Writer: Gregory Burke

Release Date: 2018-03-15
Status: Released
Run time: 107 min / 1:47
Revenue: $8,685,101
Production Companies : Participant Media, Pellikola Limited, Working Title Films
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2018-03-15
Status: Released
Run time: 107 min / 1:47
Revenue: $8,685,101

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Casts

Rosamund Pike
as Brigitte Kuhlmann
Daniel Brühl
as Wilfried Böse
Eddie Marsan
as Shimon Peres
Lior Ashkenazi
as Yitzhak Rabin
Nonso Anozie
as Idi Amin
Ben Schnetzer
as Zeev Hirsch
Andrea Deck
as Patricia Martel
Denis Ménochet
as Jacques Le Moine
Angel Bonanni
as Yoni Netanyahu
Juan Pablo Raba
as Juan Pablo
Peter Sullivan
as Amos Eiran
Mark Ivanir
as General Motta Gur
Brontis Jodorowsky
as Captain Bacos
Natalie Stone
as Leah Rabin
Flynn Allen
as Kobi Cohen
Zina Zinchenko
as Sarah
Amir Khoury
as Ali Al-Maati
Ala Dakka
as Haled Al Halili
Paloma Coquant
as Ann Franking
Trudy Weiss
as Dora Bloch
Vincent Riotta
as Dan Shomron
Danny Scheinmann
as Ilan Hartuv
Gal Pertsiger
as Pasco Cohen
Saffron Scheinmann
as Talia Levy
Michal Shtamler
as Hanna Cohen
Steve John Shepherd
as Foreign Minister
Ingrid Craigie
as Renata Werner
Gabriel Constantin
as Alain Molina
Pierre Boulanger
as Maurice Elbaz
Samy Seghir
as Jean-Jacques Mimouni
Shai Forester
as Boris Shlein
Laurel Lefkow
as Ida Borowitz
Omar Berdouni
as Faiz Jaber
Ehab Bahous
as Wadie Haddad
Ria Zmitrowicz
as Jan Almog
Noof McEwan
as Jalil Al Arja
Joerg Stadler
as Yitzhak David
Yiftach Klein
as Ehud Barak
Uri Roodner
as Beryl Goldner
Tomer Capon
as David Cohen
Guy Zu-Aretz
as Gil
Yaron Shavit
as David Fogelson
Michal Banai
as Emma Wosskow
Michael Lewis
as Major Moshe 'Muki' Betser
Uriel Emil Pollack
as Uriel Kopple
Daniel Ben Zenou
as Rafi Biton
Nathan Ravitz
as Air Force Commander Benny Peled

Crew

Directing José Padilha Director
Art Kave Quinn Production Design
Sound Rodrigo Amarante Original Music Composer
Production Fiona Weir Casting
Editing Daniel Rezende Editor
Camera Lula Carvalho Director of Photography
Costume & Make-Up Bina Daigeler Costume Design
Production Tim Bevan Producer
Production Eric Fellner Producer
Production Kate Solomon Producer
Production Michelle Wright Producer
Production Ron Halpern Producer
Production Jo Burn Executive Producer
Production Liza Chasin Executive Producer
Production Jonathan King Executive Producer
Production Jeff Skoll Executive Producer
Production Angela Morrison Executive Producer
Production Jean-Claude Darmon Executive Producer
Art Charlo Dalli Art Direction
Art Stella Fox Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Marcelle Genovese Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Charlotte Rogers Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Charlotte Rogers Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Jutta Russell Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Chantal Busuttil Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Karen Schembri Grima Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Jannie Stax Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Denise Kum Makeup Designer
Art Sven Bonnici Assistant Art Director
Art Will Newton Assistant Art Director
Art Tilly Scandrett Assistant Art Director
Art Dylan Gouder Construction Coordinator
Art Victoria Allwood Draughtsman
Art Paul Carter Property Master
Art Matthew Pace Property Master
Art Johann Scerri Set Dresser
Camera Jeremy Braben Aerial Director of Photography
Camera Vince McGahon Camera Operator
Camera Vince McGahon Steadicam Operator
Lighting Shawn White Gaffer
Lighting Adrian Bartolo Gaffer
Production Yael Aviv Casting
Production Rutie Blum Casting
Production Edward Said Casting Associate
Production Alice Searby Casting Associate
Costume & Make-Up Emma Burnand Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Martina Zammit Maempel Costume Coordinator
Costume & Make-Up Martin Mandeville Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Samuela Galea Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Joseph Bugelli Tailor
Costume & Make-Up Ana Cuerda Wardrobe Supervisor
Crew Mike Woodley Aerial Coordinator
Crew Charles Bodycomb Armorer
Crew Lee Garside Armorer
Directing Beverly Winston Script Supervisor
Visual Effects Simon Rowe 2D Supervisor
Crew Michael Harden Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Angela Barson Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Rupert Davies Visual Effects Supervisor
Sound Mhairi Wyles-Lang ADR & Dubbing
Sound Peter Burgis Foley
Sound Lilly Blazewicz Foley Editor
Sound Glenn Freemantle Sound Designer
Sound Danny Freemantle Sound Effects Editor
Sound Dayo James Sound Effects Editor
Sound Robert Malone Sound Effects Editor
Sound Brendan Nicholson Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Niv Adiri Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Emilie O'Connor Supervising ADR Editor
Sound Emilie O'Connor Supervising Dialogue Editor
Sound Glenn Freemantle Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects Colin Gorry Special Effects Supervisor
Lighting Marvin Baldacchino Electrician
Editing Paul Ensby Digital Intermediate
Editing Greg Fisher Digital Intermediate
Editing Laura Metcalfe Digital Intermediate
Editing Tom Hannibal First Assistant Editor
Editing Daniel Lapira First Assistant Editor
Editing Christina Mar First Assistant Editor
Sound Todd Dahlhoff Music Editor
Sound Michael Connell Music Editor
Writing Gregory Burke Screenplay
Crew Daniel Rogers Health and Safety

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  • 7 Days in Entebbe. Unlike previous tellings of this story, “7 Days in Entebbe” focuses on the hijackers: specifically Germans Wilfried Bose (a quietly intense Daniel Bruhl) and Brigitte Kuhlmann (a jittery, de-glammed Rosamund Pike ), who have teamed up with members of a pro-Palestinian group to plot and pull off this mid-air attack on Israel.

  • Audience Reviews for 7 Days in Entebbe ½ Feeling a bit of a relic from a different time, 7 Days in Entebbe tells a true-life story in documentary fashion.

  • Review: ‘7 Days in Entebbe’ Revisits a Notorious HijackingReview: ‘7 Days in Entebbe’ Revisits a Notorious Hijacking. If you preferred Burt Lancaster as Shimon Peres (Israel’s defense minister at the time of the incident) along with Linda Blair, Kirk Douglas and Elizabeth Taylor, you could opt for “Victory at Entebbe.” “Operation Thunderbolt,” with a mostly Israeli cast, had Klaus Kinski as one of the hijackers.

  • Review: 7 Days in Entebbe. Throughout the film, nearly every exchange of dialogue sounds like sparring blocks of Wikipedia-like information.

  • 7 Days in Entebbe review – Rosamund Pike hostage drama never gets off ground. 2 / 5 stars 2 out of 5 stars. Sluggish account of the 1976 plane hijacking fails to capitalise on strong cast and script, and José Padilha at the helm. Mon 19 Feb 2018 16.30 EST Last modified on Thu 22 Feb 2018 15.50 EST. German radicals out of their depth ...

  • Movie Review. 7 Days in Entebbe opens with the hijacking of an Air France jet en route to Paris from Tel Aviv in June of 1974. Four people hijack the plane, a pair of Palestinian freedom fighters, and a pair of German revolutionaries (Daniel Bruhl and Rosamund Pike) who are sympathetic to the Palestinian cause.

  • In 7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE, it's 1976, and German activists Wilfried Bose ( Daniel Bruhl) and Brigitte Kuhlmann ( Rosamund Pike) decide that they need to do something in the world, rather than just talk about it. So they join forces with Palestinian "freedom fighters" to hijack a plane that's traveling from Israel to Paris.

  • But 7 Days in Entebbe ultimately feels wishy-washy because it never fully commits to anyone's perspective — not that of the Israelis and certainly not the Palestinians, nor the Germans or the 12 ...

  • 7 Days in Entebbe was presented at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival by director José Padilha and gave of an unpleasant impression. The film is based on real events of the hijacking of a passenger plane in 1976.

  • 7 Days in Entebbe Reviews. That all-action ending is thrown away in a matter of minutes by a film that spends 100 minutes building to a climax that never happens, and makes a hash of telling a great story. Jose Padilha's film (with Daniel Brühl and Rosamund Pike) is desperately short of tension.