Dir.: Shadi Habib Allah | Israel 2017 | 18 minutes |
A 12-year-old boy is put in charge of watching over a 400-year-old tree. Life in the village unfolds beneath the tree, where the reality of living close to the Separation Wall is mixed with stories of loss and love.
Yom Kippur eve. Keren HaYesod Street lies in sacred silence, but David, a religious Jewish boy, is in turmoil. On the holiest night of the Hebrew year, he sets out on a journey to restore his waning faith in God.
Rebellious rich kid Tubi is getting ready to host a neighborhood meetup with his idol, a socialist politician. When his father tries to take over the event, Tubi must hit the streets and win over the community's support.