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For the first time on screen and based on true events, acclaimed writer-director Yaron Zilberman (A Late Quartet) chronicles the disturbing descent of a promising law student to a delusional ultranationalist obsessed with murdering his country's leader, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.Incitement is a gripping and unnerving look through the eyes of a murderer who silenced a powerful voice for peace.


  • Yehuda Nahari Halevi
  • Amitay Yaish Ben Ousilio
  • Anat Ravnitzki
  • Yoav Levi
  • Daniella Kertesz
  • Sivan Mast
  • Dolev Ohana
  • Raanan Paz
  • Eldad Ben Tora
  • Lola S. Frey

Did You Know?


  • During the film's world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, the screening was stopped roughly five minutes in and the audience had to evacuate due to a security threat. The screening was resumed when it was determined that there was no longer a threat and the screening concluded without incident. An unattended backpack in the cinema was the reason for the evacuation. It had been left by someone who had gone to get popcorn.


    • Yigal Amir: You people only act on desire like animals. The mind must always prevail.
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3.0 out of 5


Jan 30, 2020

A rare look into the mind of an assassin, Incitement provokes and disturbs.

Metacritic review by Stephen Farber
Stephen Farber
The Hollywood Reporter
Jan 30, 2020

Admirably, Yaron Zilberman’s film focuses on the cyclical nature of violence in a decades-old conflict.

Metacritic review by Pat Brown
Pat Brown
Slant Magazine
Jan 26, 2020

Movies about assassins (“Nine Hours to Rama,” “The Gandhi Murder”) rarely get this deeply into the life and conditions that inspire a political murder. “Incitement,” which swept last year’s Israeli Academy Awards and was Israel’s entry as “Best International Feature” for Hollywood’s Oscars, manages to be both thorough, damning and fraught throughout.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation