In the film “Nabor Industries” (2014), Drake takes a role as a security guard at a warehouse for the American-Israeli industrial giant, which is based in the Palestinian city of Nablus.
After the film’s director, Daniel Pink, said he had seen a few scenes in the film, the filmmaker said that there were actually several.
In one scene, he says Drake “looks like an Israeli in an Israeli uniform.”
A trailer released after the film opened showed a more traditional American-Israelis working at a factory, but the scene with the “Nabi” character (who was later revealed to be a member of a paramilitary unit) was cut.
In the movie’s trailer, Drake was only wearing a red and white striped uniform.
The same scene in the trailer was also shown at a news conference in New York City in January 2015, when the director said that the film was being made for the big screen.
A trailer from the film that premiered in January said the film would feature an Israeli spy named “Brett.”
It was revealed on February 6, 2015, that the movie had been cut and replaced with “The Lost City of Z” (2015), which was written by Michael Arndt and is directed by Danny Boyle.
The trailer for “The Last of Us” (2016) showed a video clip from the first trailer of the film (in which Drake is seen in a blue uniform).
The scene with Drake was changed to a black-and-white clip of the scene in “Nabs Industries.”
At a press conference on February 9, 2016, director Christopher Nolan said he was inspired to make “Nabor” because he was struck by the fact that “this was a scene from the movie ‘Nabs Industrial’ where Nathan Drake is a security officer in a warehouse and this is the scene where he meets this Jewish dude.
So we felt that was the right way to do it.”
He also said that “Nabb” was inspired by the story of the Nazi regime and the concentration camps.
He added that he wanted to include a scene where a Nazi guard gets shot and then he is rescued by his Jewish girlfriend.
Nolan said that he felt that “there’s something very human about the Nazi soldiers and the Holocaust.”
Nolan said the filmmakers wanted to “take the opportunity to see that in a different way and show the real human face of the Holocaust and how this happened.”
Nolan also said he wanted the scene to be “in the context of the ‘Nabb’ sequence” from the final “The Dark Knight” film, which takes place several months before the events in “The Nabs Industries” film.
Nolan, who is Jewish, added that his father was an American-Jewish activist who came to America from the Ukraine in 1939 and who later became a film director.
He said he felt it was important for him to include the Nazi-era context of “Nabin.”
Nolan added that the director felt that he could “show the same humanity” of the character of “Bryan” in the story, which was set in the 1930s.
Nolan added, “There’s this idea of these people who were basically enslaved, and they were going to die.
They were going die to a certain extent.
And there’s a moment where this is an opportunity for a lot of people to escape.
There’s also a moment when the Jewish dude saves this guy from a bad situation.
It’s a very interesting idea.
I felt like we wanted to get away from the idea that there’s this horrible story in which people have been in this awful place and that we’re not doing justice to it.”
Nolan’s comments drew criticism, with some calling the way the film portrayed the Nazi occupation “historically inaccurate.”
“Nibbles Industries” was released in the United States in February 2016.
The director’s comments led to a boycott of “The First Avenger” (2017), a film by director Brad Pitt.
On February 18, 2017, the Motion Picture Association of America announced that it would boycott “Naber Industries” in favor of “Rabbi Zvi” (2018), a more realistic film.
The boycott also prompted the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to formally denounce “Nabe.”
The Academy also announced that “The Blacklist” (which is about a fictional conspiracy in which the Israeli government secretly controls a major entertainment company) and “The Imitation Game” (about the assassination of a leading Israeli politician) will be shown in the future.
“The Academy of Cinema Arts and Letters” also announced in a statement on March 2, 2017 that it will no longer screen “The Holocaust” (2003), a documentary by filmmaker Ben Goldacre that deals with the history of the Shoah.
In an April 2016 statement, Goldacre said the “excessive” nature of the boycott is not based on facts.