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Directed by Adam Hootnick
Produced by Adam Hootnick
Written by Adam Hootnick
Music by Jon Lee
Distributed by Resonance Pictures
Release date
  • 2007 (2007)
Running time
80 minutes
Language English

Unsettled is a 2007 documentary feature film written, directed, and produced by Adam Hootnick, depicting the experiences of six young Israeli adults taking part in the Gaza disengagement of August, 2005.[1][2][3] Its soundtrack features Matisyahu and other Israeli and Jewish pop music, and original music by Jon Lee.

The movie had a limited theatrical release and received acclaim at numerous film festivals,[4][5][6] most notably winning the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Feature at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival.


  1. ^ Zeitchik, Steven. "A Documentary Wrings Poetry From Politics". Forward.com. 
  2. ^ Turan, Kenneth (2008-05-16). "Unsettled". Los Angeles Times. 
  3. ^ Orange, Michelle. "Unsettled". The Village Voice. 
  4. ^ "Florida Film Festival Audience Award 2007". 
  5. ^ "Temecula Valley Jury Prize 2007". 
  6. ^ "Sonoma Valley Film Festival Special Jury Prize 2008". 

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