21 Days Inside
New Arrivals — Documentaries • 1h 5m
The body of a two-year-old toddler is found at the bottom of a well at a Bedouin village in the Negev Desert. His mother is arrested the very same day, suspected of committing murder. During 21 days of detention and interrogation, police officers exploit her weaknesses in order to make her confess to the crime. The film is comprised of police archive materials and original reenactments techniques, thus recounting the horrific life story of a traditional Bedouin woman.
Languages: Hebrew & Arabic, English subtitles
Director: Zohar Wagner
Producer: Zohar Wagner
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