sometimes i write serious reviews but most times i don't
A surprisingly refreshing take on life in occupied Palestine. Loved the slight humor, still heart-wrenching and touching, hit home for me as a Palestinian.
I feel like each and every Palestinian has their very own struggle and coping mechanism with the israeli occupation. You can see how different it is for the father and for the son. The father stayed living among the occupiers and had to sort of engage with them in order to survive and take care of…