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The engrossing story of a Palestinian infant with a rare and deadly disease who can only be saved by a Jewish doctor in the Tel-Hashomer Hospital in Jerusalem.
An enthralling experience.
It focuses on people trying to make a positive difference in societies dominated by chaos and destruction.
The thematic dimensions of its hostile locale are gripping, but the heart of the film belongs to a little boy. It is his struggle, and not those over borders and ideologies, that emerges as the most crucial.
The issues in this particular conflict are immensely difficult ones, but, despite the film's flaws, this is quite an inspirational story among all the bad news from that part of the world.
Eye-opening and often devastating, this documentary challenges audiences to confront and question their own biases and assumptions.
The best of man and the worst of man - side by side and face to face ... one of those stories about the human condition that gives us both hope and reason for despair
Extraordinary...provides a gripping, intimate perspective on the ages-old conflict between Jews and Palestinians... Powerful stuff.
Precious Life, the story of Mohammad, a Gazan infant who is given life-saving treatment in an Israeli hospital, is full of profound paradoxes.
Beautiful film that provides the strange complications of the Arab Israeli conflict. Israeli doctors fight to raise money for treatment for a young Palestinian boy with an auto immune deficiency. The funding is provided by a person whose son has been killed by a suicide bomber. The mother holds open the possibility that the boy himself may end up as a suicide bomber. Complicated and not easy to comprehend.
Fascinating and moving documentary about a Palestinian baby in need of a life-saving operation, whose only hope lies in an expensive treatment in an Israeli hospital. Starts as a heartwarming tale of enemies setting aside their differences to save a life, and becomes something infinitely more complex, as the Jewish filmmaker realizes the mother's desire for her son to become a martyr - to die for the Muslim cause to retake Jerusalem. A powerful and insightful real life drama.
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