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The Color of Olives

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Release Date:July 12, 2006
Running time:97 minutes
Cast:Angel Angelucci, Daniel Angelucci, Lorena Damonte, Tito Haas, Diana Leles
Director:Carolina Rivas
Producer:Daoud Sarhandi
Writer:Martin Méndez, Carolina Rivas
Distributor:Arab Film Distribution

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Description: The Amer family lives surrounded by the infamous West Bank Wall, where their daily lives are dominated by electrified fences, locked gates, and a constant swarm of armed soldiers. This unique and intimate documentary shares their private world, allowing a glimpse of the constant struggles and the small, endearing details that sustain them. "The Color of Olives" is an artistic and beautifully affecting reflection on the effects of racial segregation, the meaning of borders and the absurdity of war.

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