TALKING TO THE ENEMY -Voices of Sorrow And Rage
For Channel 4
Producer/Director/Writer: Mira Hamermesh
 
A story about an encounter between enemies. A chance meeting - on neutral ground in Washington D.C - takes place between Muna Hamzeh, a young Palestinian journalist, and Chaim Shur, an older Israeli and editor. The meeting leads to an exchange of letters and a challenging outcome, when Chaim suggests that Muna should visit Israel as well as his family's home at their kibbutz in Negev.  
 
  Set in a landscape bristling with the realities of the killing conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians, the film explores the feelings and psychology of people living in enmity with no easy resolution to the bloody conflict.  
 
1987
55 Mins
 
16mm
 
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