English, Lifeboat, Prying eyes

Visa for life

Exceptionally, 13 can turn into a lucky number. Michael King talks about his latest documentary and what he thinks diplomats should do to make  the world a better place.  In 2007, the Emmy-awarded movie director Michael King spent one month at Yad Vashem, the World Centre for Holocaust Research in Jerusalem. Doing his research in a place that represents the darkest time in history was one of his most sobering, emotional and thought-provoking life experiences, he says. Just like any other Yad Vashem visitor, Michael was surrounded by young Israeli soldiers with guns who did the same:  ...