It's a documentary about children
living in the Arab-Israeli war zone. Poverty, religious fanaticism
and war have been teaching people to hate all over the region.
James Miller and producer Saira Shah interviewed with three
Palestinian children living in Rafah, a war-torn city on the Gaza
strip. Each day the kids maneuver their way through a city patrolled
by Israeli tanks and Palestinian paramilitary groups, papered with
posters of martyrs and littered with the rubble and twisted wreckage
of bombed and razed buildings. Faced with relentless violence, they
grapple constantly with the complexities of nationalism--a
deep-seated love of Palestine and hatred of Israel.
However, Miller was shot and
killed by an Israeli soldier during production. Producer Saira Shah
compiles the footage and completes the film.