Mossad as Superspy: Is the Myth Slipping?

Nathan Abrams, a professor of film studies in the UK, has written an opinion piece in The Conversation, the title of which says everything you need to know about it: “Mossad Agents Were Suave and Effective on Screen, Now They’re Ineffective Blunderers.”

Is he right? In another brush with the Criminal Element, I take on his theory in light of how the other intelligence agencies are faring on big screens and small. Spy agencies aren’t what they used to be, but is Mossad a special case?

See my conclusions here.

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