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Rachel

DIR: Simone Bitton
2009 / Belgium, France / 101 min

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Recommend this film

The film is an enquiry into the death of Rachel Corrie, a young American peace activist, crushed by an Israeli bulldozer in the Gaza Strip in March 2003, while she was trying to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian home. It is also a cinematographic meditation on youth, idealism and political utopia.

About

Director Simone Bitton
Screenplay Simone Bitton
Dir. of Photography Jacques Bouquin
Editing Catherine Poitevin & Jean-Michel Perez
Music
Sound Cosmas Antoniadis
Duration 101 min
Year 2009
Country Belgium, France
Colour Colour
Tags death, Near East, political
Production
Distribution
Festivals

Berlin International Film Festival ...

Berlin International Film Festival
HotDocs
Tribeca Film Festival
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
Chicago Palestinian Film Festival
UNAFF - United Nations Association Film Festival
Anthology Film Archives, NYC

Awards


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