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The Druze are an Arabic-speaking religious population scattered around the Middle East that frequently experiences systemic discrimination. The Druze village of Beit Jann has the highest rate of high school graduates in Israel. Until recently, the school had only a 12 percent graduation rate, but now, through dedicated educators, it has climbed to 100 percent. But is this goal worth the extreme measures that are being taken? Do the students possess a real chance for a better future? This is the story of a closed society trying to navigate a changing reality.

  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    70 minutes
  • Language
    Hebrew, Arabic
  • Country
    Israel
  • Director
    Yael Kipper, Ronen Zaretsky
  • Screenwriter
    Yael Kipper, Ronen Zaretsky
  • Producer
    Yael Kipper
  • Cinematographer
    Ronen Zaretsky
  • Editor
    Tor Ben Mayor
  • Sound Design
    Rotem Dror
  • Music
    Shiran Karny, Regev Baruch