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Interrupted Streams -- Paths of lives are crossed in one village in the West-Bank. Along the broken water pipelines, villagers walk on their courses towards an indefinite future. Israel that controls the water, supplies only a small amount of water, and when the water streams a


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Villagers in Bil'in in Palestine are coping with the lack of water. The film follows several characters - all of them are affected by the lack of water or connected to the story of how the pipeline arrived to Bil'in. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Guy Davidi 
Alexandre Goetschmann 
Produced by
Guy Davidi .... producer
Alexandre Goetschmann .... producer
Original Music by
Avner Gavrieli 
Cinematography by
Goetschmann Alexandre 
Guy Davidi 
Film Editing by
Goetschmann Alexandre 
Guy Davidi 
Sound Department
Gal Tushiya .... sound editor

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Also Known As:
"Zramim Ktu’im" - Switzerland (original title)
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72 min (original version)
Color (MiniDV)
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Did You Know?

During the creation of the film the two directors lived in the village of Bil'in for 3 months. During the nights soldiers came into the village and arrested children, most of the footage wasn't included in the film but parts of it were used in Guy Davidi's films "5 Broken Cameras" and "Keywords".See more »


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