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Sundance's 'The Honorable Woman' a brave foray into conflict
Sundance's 'The Honorable Woman' a brave foray into conflict

In recent weeks, the creator of "The Honorable Woman," an eight-part series debuting Thursday on Sundance, has gone out of his way to express what the show is not: A reaction to recent events. Although the story deals specifically, vividly and hauntingly with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, British writer-director Hugo Blick has stated that it should not be seen as offering insight on or analysis of current events in the Middle East, particularly the Gaza Strip. This is just one of several instances in which Blick sells his own remarkable creation inexplicably short. Of course "The Honorable Woman" attempts to offer insight on and analysis of current events, because...

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