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Jerusalem Moments - Nine to Five

DIR: Daniel Gal
2009 / Israel / 17 min

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Seven documentary films by eight young directors, Palestinian and Israeli, reflecting the complexity of life in Jerusalem, in the context of the Israeli Palestinian conflict. They courageously confront the delicate and charged issues and present personal and political points of view about the reality in Jerusalem today.

A nighttime journey, high walls, rope-climbing, barbed wire fences, fear of arrest, and even a mortal threat -- these are some of the obstacles on the paths of Palestinians who work illegally inside Israel. This film follows the journeys of a group of Palestinian construction workers on their journeys to their workplaces in the Jewish neighborhood of Har Homa, which is being built in East Jerusalem as a Jewish enclave amid Palestinians lands and neighborhoods.

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About

Director Daniel Gal
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography
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Music
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Duration 17 min
Year 2009
Country Israel
Colour Colour
Tags Near East, religion, society, work
Production Yariv Mozer & Yael Perlov
Yariv Mozer & Yael Perlov
Country:  Israel

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