Conflict in the Middle Table (2008)

  |  Short, Comedy


In this short allegory, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Middle East plays itself out on a smaller scale, as a plate of hotly contested hummus is placed between an Israeli and a ... See full summary »


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17 June 2009 | grantmasterflash
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| Great and informative film about the history of the middle east conflict
Months after NFFTY ended I still think about this film. What I really want is a playable version online so I could share it with others that were not able to attend the National Film Festival for Talented Youth.

In three days I saw 71 films at NFFTY and this is the one I think about. I've googled for it and only found this entry. Having it on a video streaming site would increase the creators exposure and only result to great things.

The film starts out with the Jewish man ordering Hummus and the waitress delivering it to the Palestinian. The rest of the film plays out the history of the conflict between Israel and Palestine over the area of Hamas. There's a lot of history in there including America and Brittan's involvement. In a somewhat humorous manner it's also very informative and educational.

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Short | Comedy

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Release Date:

21 September 2008

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

USA

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Budget:

$2,000 (estimated)

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