Two Blue Lines
Two Blue Lines

Two Blue Lines provides an unswerving examination of the human and political rights situation of Palestinian people living under Israeli rule. The documentary, shot over a period of 25 years in Israeli-occupied Palestinian territory, presents Israeli narratives of the Palestinian experience from the 1930s to the present. People featured in the film represent B’Tselem, Rabbis for Human Rights, the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions, Gush Shalom (The Peace Block), Yesh Gvul (There is a Boundary), Machsom Watch (Barrier Watch), and Women In Black. The film concentrates on voices and perspectives that are seldom heard outside of Israel.

Year: 2015

Time: 98 minutes

Watch the film’s trailer: https://vimeo.com/102777023

Visit the film’s website: http://twobluelinesdocumentary.com/

Watch and purchase the film here: https://www.amazon.com/Two-Blue-Lines-Tom-Hayes/dp/B076MHYZBT/ref=sr_1_1?s=instant-video&ie=UTF8&qid=1529256496&sr=1-1&keywords=two+blue+lines

Purchase the film here: https://ameu.org/Books-and-Videos/Videos.aspx

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