The Hebron house occupied by three Palestinian widows and their 11 children sits right on the Middle East's fault line, the front being under Israeli jurisdiction while the back lies in Palestinian Authority control. Following the women's attempts to lead normal lives in the middle of a war zone, the film unjudgmentally allows them space and time to reflect on their situation. It's hard not to be moved by their extraordinary resilience, despite their being 'broken from within'.
Anat Even, Ada Ushpiz
Ada Ushpiz, Anat Even