“Or, My Big Weird Jewish Wedding.” – TimeOut
“Unique, idiosyncratic and spiritual.” - LA Times
“A brightly colored, often zany crowdpleaser… an open-hearted, humane film.” - NPR
“This important movie shows that we haven’t even begun to speak about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.” — Editor’s Choice, Time Out
Award-winning writer Nir Baram grew up in a political household. Both his father and grandfather were members of the Knesset and Ministers in the Israeli Labor Party governments. As Baram begins to lose faith in even the possibility of a two-state solution, he decides to travel throughout the West Bank to speak with the local populations on both sides of the conflict. He learns that in crucial substantive ways, the two groups don’t start from a common foundation. So how can they even participate in the same conversation? While the international focus of a two-state solution generally revolves around the “Green Line,” the average West Bank Palestinian on the street cares little about 1967 political borders when they desire the land they lost in 1948. These surprising revelations force Baram to challenge his entire political belief system and reevaluate his own hopes for a peaceful resolution to this conflict.