The Invisible

The film tells the story of the 'invisible village' - Arab-El-Naim - in the Galilee. The Village people are Bedouins who live in the place over 200 years. The village people, who serve in the army, live in tin huts, without electricity, or running water. Fahim the main character, personal struggle is to receive an authorization to connect his tin huts to the electricity network. The village people are suspicious towards the Israeli administration that ruined their houses in 1964. Israel's governments perceived the Bedouins as a threat and a dangerous factor they must block The film tells the story of the 'invisible village' - Arab-El-Naim - in the Galilee. The Village people are Bedouins who live in the place over 200 years. The village people, who serve in the army, live in tin huts, without electricity, or running water. Fahim the main character, personal struggle is to receive an authorization to connect his tin huts to the electricity network

Year:
2009
Length:
70 minutes
Country:

Two women meet by chance and discover they were both raped by rapist. Individually and together they must confront the past and finally integrate the long repressed trauma into their lives.

Original title:
Lo roim alaich
Year:
2011
Length:
90 minutes
Country:
Genre:
Poster for The Invisible

Shown at

  1. 11th Annual Austin Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  2. 15th Annual Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival (Detroit) - 2013

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