Beit Iksa is considered the closest West Bank village to Israel, yet it actually lies between two Israeli settlements that are built on Palestinian land. It is surrounded by the separation wall and accessed via a checkpoint.
The Israelis who reside in the neighboring settlements insist they live in Israeli Jerusalem– yet between them lies Beit Iksa, an Arab village situated in occupied Palestine.
Home is a portrait of that tiny Palestinian village: a film that explores the indignities and contradictions of Israeli occupation, from the perspective of both Arab villager, and Israeli settler.
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