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Kingdom of Silence


Mon 28 Jun 2021, 12:00am

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: docedge

Director: Rick Rowley | Executive: Producer Alex Gibney | Year: 2020 | Duration: 98’ | Country: USA | Language: English | Category: Crime and Conspiracy | Category Sponsor: Hula | Topics: Crime, Journalism, Conspiracy

An in-depth look at Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s life, work and murder.

The murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi shocked the world. The cold-blooded and gruelling execution cannot be imagined and will remain the stuff nightmares are made of.  
Director Rick Rowley and Executive Producer Alex Gibney bring a compelling profile not just of Khashoggi, but of the United States’ relationship with Saudi Arabia. It charts a quixotic path, from young reporter to self-exiled critic of his homeland. In an ever-changing world, Khashoggi’s views evolved from an Islamist to a more liberal, secular perspective, but his patriotism never wavered.  
The killing of Khashoggi, strangled and dismembered, his remains never found, was such a shocking story that it astounds how quickly it settled under the dust of other news. The film debuting nearly three years later, is a disturbing jolt to our collective humanity and conscience — if we still have one. 

Kingdom of Silence’s aim is not simply to serve as a memorial, or as muckraking, but to capture Khashoggi's career in all its contours and contradictions against a backdrop of changing geopolitics.  
Ben Kenigsberg; New York Times