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      News From Home/News From House

      2006 1h 36m Documentary List
      Reviews 83% Audience Score 100+ Ratings This documentary is the final part in director Amos Gitai's trilogy focusing on a house in West Jerusalem, once occupied by Palestinians but now inhabited by Israelis. Gitai interviews current and previous tenants, allowing them to speak at length about how things have changed over the years, and creates a broad picture of the house's history by incorporating footage from the previous two films in the trilogy, "House" (1980) and "A House in Jerusalem" (1998). Read More Read Less

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      Martin Tsai Village Voice News From Home/News From House never arrives at a real polemical moment to rival the ignorant American interviewee spouting revisionist history in A House in Jerusalem. Jul 4, 2015 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member Anyone concerned with refugee issues in Israel/Palestine should see this movie and the two that came before it. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/26/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis This documentary is the final part in director Amos Gitai's trilogy focusing on a house in West Jerusalem, once occupied by Palestinians but now inhabited by Israelis. Gitai interviews current and previous tenants, allowing them to speak at length about how things have changed over the years, and creates a broad picture of the house's history by incorporating footage from the previous two films in the trilogy, "House" (1980) and "A House in Jerusalem" (1998).
      Director
      Amos Gitai
      Producer
      Amos Gitai, Michael Tapuah, Laurent Truchot, Patrick Quinet
      Screenwriter
      Amos Gitai
      Production Co
      Agat Films & Cie
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      Arabic
      Runtime
      1h 36m