ABOUT THE FILM
A few days after the April 2001 invasion of the Jenin refugee camp by the Israeli military, a camera crew shoots at the site: it captures the camp at a time when the people still have not fully understood what happened. The film is not an informational report about these events, but a description of the traces left by the events that marked the souls of the inhabitants. It depicts resistance, heroism and victory despite disasters, despite victims, and despite the destruction of lives.
Mohammad Bakri -- Documentary, 54’ (Palestine: 2002)