With intimate and unprecedented access, this film tells the story of one of the most important, yet least-known, activists in American history.
A repairman returns to Palestine for an arranged marriage, bridging different cultures, traditions, and expectations in a time of conflict.
This documentary puts a human face on the Middle East conflict by chronicling the story of Bassam, a Palestinian American telephone repairman from Cleveland who returns home for an arranged marriage with a "home-made bride." On the West Bank, everyday domestic duties and squabbles are carried out against a backdrop of shelling and violence. Once in America, however, his bride discovers that life in exile is not necessarily an easier alternative.