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Hani| 41mins
Director: Adi Harel | Producer: Adi Harel
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Israel
Subject Tags: belief, israel, middle east, psychology, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The story of Hani, a 48-year-old Palestinian man, married and father of six, who works and lives during the week at the Jerusalem SPCA compound next to the security fence. Together with a number of Israeli workers, Hani takes care of 400 dogs. After an incident in which two dogs are wounded during his night shift, doubts are raised about Hani's ability to continue functioning, and without his knowledge, his colleagues begin to look for a replacement.

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