When 11 Israeli athletes are killed by members of Black September, a militant Palestinian group, at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, the Israeli secret service organise a hit squad headed up by Avner Kauffman (Eric Bana) to assassinate those who planned the operation. Putting together a team of four men, Kauffman travels about Europe incognito, seeking out the chief terrorists that have since gone into hiding. During the mission, however, the team begin to question the morality of their assignment. Inspired by true events and based on the book 'Vengeance Day' by George Jonas, Munich is a slick and high-concept gung-ho flick in which the Israeli government (unofficially) takes revenge for the Munich atrocity by assassinating as many of the terrorists responsible as possible. But it's all done with subtle taste as Spielberg disguises his anti-Palestinian message in a quasi-espionage thriller.