Supporters of Peter Kosminsky's disgraceful series The Promise like to point to the fact that the writer is Jewish and many of the actors are Jews and Israeli; therefore the script must be kosher.
Well, not really.
Not according to cast memmbers - The Promise: Even the extras felt ashamed
Israelis Yehudit and Chaim Collins who worked as extras on the film say they were told by an agency that the scenes were for a film set in the 1940s, called Homeland.
Mrs Collins says that Kosminsky "exploited every known antisemitic cliché in this admittedly extremely well-made, and therefore convincing, work of fiction."
"We've shown the final film in Israel to show to the cast and crew and they loved it. They knew what they were working on."
There are enough lies on the final version so what's wrong with one more?