In Jerusalem's Biblical Zoo, Israelis and Palestinians work hand in hand. This would be considered as normality in many places around the world, but here it happens in an environment which is constantly shaken by violence and war. Even though coming from the same city, people's living realities seem to be far away from each other and are marked by deep cuts in society. In the microcosm of the zoo, among animals and on green refreshing grounds, their cooperation seems to be easy. Holy Zoo discovers an extraordinary place in the heart of the Middle East conflict and dares to revive questions about freedom and hope in a desperate situation.