by Simone Bitton• 2009• 1h40•
2 formats4 subtitles languages
Her name was Rachel Corrie. She was 23 years old. She arrived in Palestine believing that her American citizenship would be enough to make her an effective human shield to save lives, olive trees, wells and houses. But Rachel was crushed by a bulldozer on March 16, 2003 in the Gaza Strip. Like many young people, she kept a travel diary in the form of e-mails that she sent to her family and friends in the United States ... The film gradually unravels the tangle and transcends its subject matter to become a cinematic meditation on youth, war, idealism and political engagement.
- running time1h40
- rights end13/04/2020
- filming format35 mm
- distributorCINE SUD PROMOTION
- producersRtbf, Novak prod, Cine sud promotion