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Rebecca Abarnabel, a single daughter born into an Orthodox Jewish family, is tired of the lifestyle that her father, Reuven, has forced upon her. She and her mother, Victoria, go on a life-changing journey between worlds.
The year is 1989. In an era of Palestinian demands for independence, the State of Israel sends young soldiers to oversee the Arab population in the Occupied Territories. After one of them is killed, the common fate of four young soldiers and one Palestinian family is sealed. The film describes the extraordinary journey of a young soldier trying to find his place in the chaos surrounding him.Written by
Having seen this film a couple times, I absolutely love it. The story is intense and poignantly told through great acting and filmmaking. There is even authentic humor amidst the horrible circumstances that allow audiences to identify with characters from all sides. The music is also quite excellent. It's complex, beautifully shot, and absolutely gripping with standout performances throughout. Highly recommended to anyone interested in the subject, as well as anyone interested in the subtle (yet very real) human dramas that unfold for soldiers/ families/ kids in the presence of combat and religious conflict.
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