2001, 56 mins
The movie follows the stories of two Palestinian girls from the Chatila camp in Lebanon and the Dheshia camp in Palestine. Through their experiences, the audience penetrates the heart of their forgotten generation.
The filming took place during the same time of the liberation of south Lebanon from the Israeli occupation and the start of the Aqsa uprising. We live with Mona and Manar, the cruelty of alienation and the power of reunion through the wire fences, which break the isolation and simulate the future.
This film received an abundance of prizes such as the Golden Prize of the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris, the Best Documentary Prize at the Women Movie’s Festival in Torino and the Special Jury Award at the Norsud Festival in Switzerland.