Women In Sink
Global Affairs and Human Development • 7m 10s
In a little hair salon owned by a Christian Arab in Haifa, Israel, the director installs a minimalist film set over the washing-basin, where she chats with the clients she is shampooing. She thus paints an unexpected choral portrait of this space that provides temporary freedom, where Arab and Jewish women share their differences and a community of views on politics, history, and love.
Director & Producer: Iris Zaki
2015 | 36 min | Israel
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