A Thai worker is wounded by a missile shot from the Gaza-strip, out of a job, he's left without care. His employer complains against the lack of responsibility of the state but hides the exploitation of his own workers.
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A Thai worker was wounded by a missile launched from Gaza to the south of Israel days before the war in Gaza. After 2 years without the ability to work and his debts growing the worker is left without almost any support. In a situation of great exploitation of foreign workers, the employer describes his perception of the state's responsibility and his own relating the work-market and the Israel-Palestine conflict. The film delves into the self-sense of being victimized and the way it can blind and be used to oppress the other and become a destructive political power. Written by