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David Broza, the Israeli singer-songwriter, sets out to realize his dream of cooperation and dialog between Israelis and Palestinians through music. During 8 days and nights of joint creation in an East Jerusalem studio, a hopeful message of equality and unity arises.
Bonus Features, include: Behind-the-scenes footage of David Broza in the studio and 3 music videos featuring David Broza and Steve Earle.
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While collaborations like this aren't unprecedented, the timing and scope of this project has far-reaching effects. The album is good; the making-of documentary is extraordinary. --Jordan Hoffman, Vanity Fair
At a time when Israel and Palestine seem as hopelessly divided as ever, the documentary shows how artistry can wrestle with heavy societal themes to inspire personal, soul-stirring music. --Zach Sharf, IndieWire
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These musicians probably risked their lives doing what they loved & focused on common ground rather than the differences toward peace.
David Broza is very genuine. The only negative review had to do with someone possibly ordering the wrong product. Touching story
Not all the song performances are complete, but there is plenty of music here. There are four deleted scenes (about 13 minutes total) as “bonuses” on the DVD – including three complete songs with Broza and Earle.
Be aware that there are a few expletives (the film is “not rated”) but no violence or nudity.
While this might be considered a long infomercial for the CD (which I haven’t heard) – I found the film life-affirming. And, as a big Steve Earle fan, it was interesting to see him in a different environment.
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