A progressive rather than militant film on the Israel-Palestine problem. It does not claim to know the solution, nor does it take a dogmatic stance in presenting the issues. It sees Israel as a permanent State, but calls into question the values that maintain the State under the present conditions. The film-makers argue for a real class-oriented revolution, a revolution which must necessarily involve both Israelis and Palestinians. Where Golda Meir and her generation naturally have to justify their presence in Israel, these young film-makers go much further by questioning and analysing the very quality of life, as well as the official line the establishment clings to. The myth of Israel is exploded.
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