A thought-provoking portrait of a unique and compelling politician, who refuses to give up, even as reality deals him one cruel blow after another.
"Goddamned communist". "Internal enemy". "Privileged Tel Aviv Ashkenazi". "The hardest working MK in Israel". It seems Dov Khenin has been called almost everything during his 13-year tenure as Member of Knesset for the Jewish-Arab party ‘Hadash’.
For years, director Barak Heymann has been following this leading legislator, creating a film that examines the open wounds of contemporary Israeli society: from the forced removal of the residents of Givat Amal to turbulent meetings of the Knesset’s Finance Committee, and down to the violent events at Umm al-Hiran.
Upon renting, this film will be available for your viewing from May 21 - May 30.