I beg to differ with your high opinion of the technical detail in Speilberg's film. I don't always expect meticulous attention to detail in a film, but I think for a film like Munich to work, it should give the audience the feeling it is watching a documentary, even if many of the plot details have been fictionalized. My having to suspend disbelief seriously detracts from my enjoyment of the movie. I must say I was irritated by the foul-ups of the second and third assassination attempts - either due to an insufficiency of high explosive (the telephone) or an excess of high explosive (the bed). Why on earth did the bomb maker rely solely on the blast effect to kill his intended victims? I'm no expert, but it seemed to me, if I was making the bombs, the logical thing would have been for me to mix the plastic explosive with nails or ball-bearings to rip the intended target to shreds.Would you care to comment?