I watched this the other day and am TIVOing the next showing. It is a documentary backed by a huge number of well-known documentary producers such as the BBC, the Sundance Film Fund, et.al. This is a must see for anyone trying to understand the struggle in Israel between the Palestinians and Jews. It portrays the inner struggle that Yuli goes through as she has to come to terms with her own brush with terrorism while dealing with the terror in present day Israel (as well as September 11). One of the must powerful scenes deals with Yuli talking to a mother who has lost her daughter to a suicide bomber attack. The emotions are real and powerful. This should be a must see for every leader involved in creating Middle East policy. Overall it is a very well done documentary. See it if at all possible.
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