There are children, too, among the Palestinian insurgents. They are harshly dealt with: prison, hardly any judiciary support. Freshly released from prison, 12-year-old Dima encounters a crowd of television people. Her mother instead of offering protection she assumes the role of an agitator, demanding that her daughter report how she was treated by the Israelis. But Dima remains silent. In her astonishing film, Ushpiz shows a life in constant tension. Her approach is unapologetic and familiar.
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