A Jewish teenager from Israel is sent to a summer camp in the United States to learn about tolerance and coexistence with Arabs. As he forms a friendship with an Arab camper, he faces many challenges within himself and his peers.

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(as Josie Lea Higby)

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(as Josie Lea Higby)
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David
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Miriam
Maleika Faiver ...
Hannah
Onika Fiori ...
Jasmine
Jenna Hastings ...
Karen
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Hassim (as Ethan Drake)
Naom Milner ...
David
Billy Minogue ...
Ryan
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Amir
Darren Robertson ...
Seth
Adam Robinson ...
Bus Driver
Helen Yeoman ...
Adel
Avi Young ...
Avi
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Rafi
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A Jewish teenager from Israel is sent to a summer camp in the United States to learn about tolerance and coexistence with Arabs. As he forms a friendship with an Arab camper, he faces many challenges within himself and his peers.

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A Jewish teen. An Arab teen. So different, yet so alike... Will they ever make peace?

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Drama | Family | Short | War

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21 April 2002 (USA)  »

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$35,000 (estimated)
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1.66 : 1
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The film was two weeks away from production on 11 September 2001. The fear that American audiences were no longer interested in international affairs almost prevented the film from being made. See more »

Goofs

When Hannah gives David the bracelet she made containing an Arab prayer for peace, she places it on his left wrist. When he removes it in the next scene, it has jumped to his other wrist. See more »

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8 June 2003 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

This movie depicted a situation that could have easily take place in the same point of history as the release of the movie. While there is currently hostility in the middle east, this movie showed the softer side, and that youth are the open minded and can change point of views and hatred that their family and community cast upon them. It showed stereotypes and how the young can overcome them and see through to the individual. A+.


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