Human-Interest Documentaries • 1h 34m
The Hebron garbage dump serves the Israeli settlements in the area and is a source of livelihood for 200 Palestinian families nearby. The violent daily struggle for scraps of metal in the dump distracts from other everyday pains, as they keep dreaming about success and education that would extricate them from the trap of the dump.
This program may contain strong language, nudity, and/or violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
Language: Arabic, English subtitles
Directors: Ada Ushpiz, Shosh Shlam
Producers: Shosh Shlam, Ada Ushpiz
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