During the 2nd Intifada, the filmmakers Dahna Abourahme, Annemarie Jacir and Suzy Salamy lived in the Deheisha Refugee Camp in Bethlehem from 2002-2004. The result is a poignant and intimate documentary following four Palestinian families struggling to survive. Fadi is 13 and cares for his 4 younger brothers, Dar Hammash are a close-knit family who pass on the lessons of life with humor and passion, Sana is a single woman who endures long commutes to do community work, and Emad and Hanan are a young couple trying to shield their daughter from the harsh realities of the occupation. They talk about their past and discuss the future with humor, sorrow, frustration and hope. Until When paints an intimate in-depth portrait of Palestinian lives today.