Shoot and Cry

This 1988 documentary explores the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The film presents the lives and encounters of two young men: Tal, an 18-year-old Israeli who is about to begin his military service, and Mohammed, a young Palestinian who works as a cook in an Israeli cafe frequented by Tal. Their discussions reveal two vastly different realities, underlining the complexity of the situation in the Middle East.

Credits

director
Helene Klodawsky
producer
Mark Zannis
Jean-Roch Marcotte
executive producer
Barrie Howells
cinematography
Pierre Letarte
sound
Richard Besse
editing
Liette Aubin
sound editing
Paul Demers
Jean-Pierre Viau
music
Jean Derome
René Lussier