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Men on the Edge: Fishermen's Diary| 1hr : 33mins
Director: Avner Faingulernt & Macabit Abramson | Producer: Avner Faingulern & Macabit Abramson
Focus Years: 2005 | Country: Israel
Subject Tags: community, conflict, livelihood, middle east, palestine, religion
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
A gripping observation of the life of Palestinian and Israeli fishermen working and living together on an abandoned Mediterranean shoreline, between Israel and Gaza. Over the course of four years, the film-makers depicted the complex dynamics of hard-working men, driven together by necessity, creating partnerships in a place where their respective communities are in a constant state of conflict.
Men on the Edge: Fishermen's Diary | 1hr : 33mins

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