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Begin screening this film between Thursday, February 17 at Noon and Sunday, February 20 at Noon. Once you start viewing this film you have 72-hours to finish watching.

In a Syrian Kurdish village during the bloody conflict in Syria in the 1970s, Sero and his uncle act as the Shabbat goyim for their Jewish next door neighbours: an old couple and their daughter, Hannah. Desperate to leave Syria, Hannah and her family are unable to do so, because, as Jews, they have been stripped of their citizenship. This story follows the lives of both families as they are caught up in the civil war in Syria, which eventually finds Sero in an Iraqi refugee camp. Hannah never stops searching for him.


Post Film Program: Sunday, February 20 at 10am via Zoom Meeting 


Film maker Mano Khalil shares his personal story through the film; in conversation with Hasan Hesso and family, Syrian-Kurdish refugees living in Tucson and working at the Tucson J. Moderated by Todd Rockoff, Tucson J President + CEO. 


Sponsored by: Anne and David Lowe, Jonathan and Monique Lowe

  • Year
  • Runtime
    124 minutes
  • Language
    Kurdish with English subtitles
  • Country
    Switzerland and France