|In the Presence of Mine Enemies|
|Written by||Rod Serling original script|
|Directed by||Joan Micklin Silver|
|Starring|| Armin Mueller-Stahl |
And Introducing Jason Schwartz as Israel
|Country of origin||United States|
In the Presence of Mine Enemies is a 1997 Showtime TV movie about the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in World War II.
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