VIDEO: Director Peter Kosminsky of drama ‘The Promise’ responds to pro-Israeli critics 30Jan12 January 30, 2012

Peter Kosminsky, director of popular Channel 4 TV serial ‘The Promise’ responds to accusations of inaccuracy and distortion. The research that went into this show was clearly extensive despite the howls of protest emanating from the pro-Israeli crowd, Kosminsky does a good job here of defending his magnificent work.

The Promise received widespread acclaim from many publications. The Daily Express called it “…a little burning bush of genius in the desert of well-intentioned TV dramas…” The Independent said it was “…beautifully shot and extremely well written. It is also extremely balanced…” The Observer said it was “…the best thing you are likely to see on TV this year, if not this decade.” Le Figaro said it was “magnificently filmed and masterfully acted… perfectly balanced… great television.” Finally, The Telegraph predicted that “Bafta judges will be watching. I recommend you do too.” They were right, the BAFTAs are on the 22nd of May, let’s hope they win!

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