Documentary focusing on a group of Palestinians who have entered Israel and exist there illegaly in the hopes of scoring construction work. Has a somewhat unstructured feel, as if the filmmaker, having gained access, just let the camera roll and tried to fade into the background (so, there are no direct interviews or explanatory narratives; and no engineered tension). The men have built some ramshackle 'accommodations' in the hills, and we get to observe them there at night, as they cook, play cards, bond, talk, sing, admire the looks of a certain stern Israeli female customs officer, and wonder at their situation not with bitterness or self-pity, but with an acknowledgment that the world is ordered differently for different classes of people. By day, they execute complex stealth maneuvers to get to work, and if sucessfull, spend their time building quality accommodations destined for affluent Israelis. Throughout, they are the targets of constant police raids. The film is as apolitical as it can get, while clearly sympathetic to the men's plight (the 'men', I should add, are mostly about 20 years old); sadly poignant at the end.