The Color of Olives
|The Color of Olives|
|Directed by||Carolina Rivas|
|Produced by||Daoud Sarhandi|
and their 6 children
|Edited by||Daoud Sarhandi|
|Distributed by||Arab Film Distribution (U.S.)|
|July 12, 2006 (U.S.)|
Recently a wall has been completed and is now separating Israel from the West Bank. Because of the wall Hani has had his orange and olive groves separated by electrified fences, a military road and a checkpoint. In Rivas' film it shows how Hani and his children wait patiently each morning for soldiers to unlock the gate so that Hani can go to work and his children can get to their school.
The Color of Olives was shot using only natural light.
- Catsoulis, Jeannette. (2006, July 12). A Wall Runs Through It: One Palestinian Family's Tale. The New York Times, p. B7
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