In Entebbe (2018), we see play being praticised and then being performed during the assault on Entebbe.

What was the purpose of the scene, was there a direct connection, was someone in the crowd watching from the assault?

The clip below is incase anyway what to know what dance was performed if they hadn't seen it.

  • It's not a play, it is a dance. – BCdotWEB Jan 3 at 10:52

According to CinemaBlend:

I recently spoke with actor Daniel Bruhl (Captain America: Civil War, Inglorious Basterds) who stars as terrorist Wilfried Böse. When asked about the dance, Bruhl spoke to what it represented in the film.

To show the pain and processing -- everything that conflict involves. Not only by telling the military mission; we've seen a lot of shoot outs and raids in film history. They thought this was not enough, and they were combining it with that highly emotional dance. That gives a lot of possibility for interpretation, and a very thought provoking moment in the film. So I like it a lot.

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