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Sisters in Arms

Directed by: Avital Livneh-Levi
100 Minutes, 2006

This is the story of five remarkable women who independently leave their comfortable, city lives to pursue the ideological struggle of the settler movement. The closest of friends, these women kept a yearly ritual of taking a holiday together for over 14 years. Two years ago a terrorist murdered one of them, shattering the group. Three got divorced, all left the settlement. The film “Sisters In Arms” brings the four remaining women back to their traditional vacation. All four are now equipped with a more sober outlook and some self-criticism as they examine issues of identity, belonging and alienation.


Director: Avital Livneh-Levi

Original music: Alex Claude

Editor: Yael Lavi