To See if I’m Smiling
A timely insight into the process whereby ordinary people can become complicit in war crimes.
In Tamar Yarom’s spellbinding film, six young Israeli women talk with extraordinary candour about the things they did and saw during their compulsory two years of military service. One posed for a photo next to a Palestinian corpse. Another stripped a man to his underwear and beat him. Their courage in sharing how these experiences made them feel, about themselves and their society, and about their socalled enemies, is devastating.
Hamdi and Maria
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