“This spotlight on an unlikely early step forward is an optimistic and detailed one, presented as a meeting of two sides in a middle that for so long couldn’t have existed … a reminder that there is a way to see the other side.” Abe Fried-Tanzer Jewcy In The Oslo Diaries, directors Mor Lushy and Daniel Sivan bring us a riveting account of 1100 days of secret talks, as told by the people who were there at the table. Their detailed and often emotional diary entries recount the political intrigue, fiery rhetoric, unlikely friendships and overwhelming desire for peace that were the heart of the negotiations. In 1992, with Israeli-Palestinian relations at an all-time low and any communication punishable with jail, a small group of Israelis and Palestinians gathered in Oslo – secretly and illegally. The meetings came to be knows as the ‘Oslo Accords’ and they changed the Middle East forever. Hebrew and English with English subtitles.