Four promising Bedouin directors from the Negev Desert point a camera at themselves and their society to record a 'self- portrait' of their own community and its hardships.
a documentary film
An unprecedented and authentic account portrays the story of the nomadic Bedouin tribes which were forced by the Israeli government to relinquish their life style and relocate into permanent dwellings. The transition into villages and townships has left large parts of Bedouin society in despair. While they try to move forward and progress, they are still held back by desert traditions and discriminated by the Israeli establishment and society at large.