On May 12, 2004 an IDF armored personnel carrier and its crew was destroyed. IDF went on a mission to extract and collect the human remains in order to ensure their proper burial in Israel. The soldiers searched the remains of the bodies in the sand were secured by a group of fighters barricaded in the houses of Palestinians. This is the story of Michael, a platoon commander, who leads his unit on a security mission from within a house overlooking the collectors of the human remains, which is populated by a Palestinian family. At his side Tomer - a military photographer who surprisingly shows up on the scene. Along with the existing difficulties and complex dialogue with the family, Tomer, the photographer, complicates an already complicated situation for the sake of values he believes in thus becoming a real security burden in terms of the responsibility of Michael, the commander. Their stay at the house is prolonged, food runs out, and the Palestinian youngest child suffers from an ... 

Original title:
Keshet Beanan
40 minutes

Shown at

  1. 11th Annual Austin Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  2. 21st Toronto Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  3. 24th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  4. Cherry Hill Volvo Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  5. Jewish Motifs International Film Festival - 2013

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