Away from the Tribe's Center

Women , Jewish Film, Religion, Israel, History, Politics, Social Justice
Tom Carmi
58 minutes

Accolades

*Second Runner-up Student Competition Docaviv: Tel-Aviv Documentary Film Festival

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This is a story of six men and women who established in the 70s a Jewish-Palestinian Marxist movement named "The Workers Alliance" and attempted to organize workers into trade-unions. Their dream was to establish a common state for both nations. The film documents the lives of the ex-revolutionaries. Being outside the consensus, is for the characters a way of life and a main characteristic. In the seventies they were considered Trojan Horses by the Israeli society. Today, 30 years later, they speak again.

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