Running time: 21'

Production: PL/PS 2015

The film is about a family from Gaza that enters social conflict right after the war. Everything in the surroundings has changed – the buildings don't look like they used to, and neither do the people. Mohammed Almughanni's documentary film is an interesting and dramatic depiction of life in the Gaza Strip. It is also an intimate portrait of the family of Wael and Isra Alnamla, who have been psychologically scarred by the war. The entire conflict is portrayed through their eyes. The film is a Polish-Palestinian co-production.



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