Israel, then and now, from a British perspective.
Here are some of the French media reviews according to Wikipedia (I recommend turning on closed captioning if you watch it in the original English):
Libération called it "admirable", praising the "excellent director" for telling a "tragedy in two voices", while "pointing the finger at neither one side nor the other". Les Echos called it "exceptional, stunningly intelligent" and said the considered dialogue and tense, serious acting fully measured up to the ambition of the film. TV magazine Télérama called it "remarkable", confronting its subject "head on". Le Figaro said it was "magnificently filmed and masterfully acted... perfectly balanced... great television", and gave it a maximum rating of four stars out of four. The Nouvel Obs and Le Journal du Dimanche both identified the series as reflecting the viewpoint of the "British pro-Palestinian left", but the latter praised it as "nevertheless a historical fiction useful for understanding an intractable conflict", while the former commended its "epic spirit, rare on television". Le Monde gave the series an enthusiastic preview in its TéléVisions supplement along with a lengthy interview with the director. Le Point predicted Kosminsky would receive a "shower of awards...[a]nd also gibes". However, La Croix's reviewer was more hostile, considering that although there was "no doubt that the film ought to be seen", it "cannot be mistaken for a history lesson but a great partisan fiction", marred by bias and an "embarrassing" representation of Jews.L'Express considered it beautiful but too long.I couldn't possibly agree more with those reviews.