The Lying Sun

On a road trip we follow a taxi driver from Bethlehem, a female settler from Tekoa, Girl Scouts from Bethlehem, pupils from Beit Hanina and many others. A state of confusion originates from the rapidly changing scenes and characters in this essayistic documentary. It is hard to tell whether a scene is filmed in Jerusalem or Hebron, if the protagonists are Muslim or Jewish, Palestinian or Israeli. This confusion leads to reasonable doubt about one’s own stereotypes and prejudices. The title is a Hebrew saying that refers to the shining sun on cold winter days.

(Beyond all reasonable measure)