This film is made during a time in Palestine when the “Wall” that separates Palestinians from each other and from Israelis was one quarter completed. The film offers the viewer a perspective from seven diverse and ordinary Palestinians whose lives are directly affected by the wall.
You will meet a businessman from Abu Dis (a neighborhood of East Jerusalem), a young mother from Deheishe Refugee Camp near Bethlehem, a music student from Ramallah, a community center director from Jerusalem’s Old City, a farmer from the northern Qalqilya district, the director of the Stop the Wall campaign, and a member of the African/Palestinian community. Viewers will witness the effects of the separation barrier on the Palestinian people.
Red Hill Films
Total Running Time: 43 Minutes