Monday, October 11, 2010


"Budrus is 31-kilometers from Ramalla in the northern West Bank, and the film shows villagers peacefully protesting Israeli bulldozers even as the machines uproot olive trees -- and their Palestinian culture -- in 2003, when they campaigned for 10 straight months to reroute the barrier.

"It's a small story, it's a small village," said director Julia Bacha. "But there are many lessons to be learned from what happened there and many of the things that they did in this community can be applied broadly.""

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