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INSIDE ISRAEL'S JAILS
2005

Director/ DoP for Raw Televsion

Executive producer: Dimitri Doganis

BBC2

Locked up together for 24 hours a day, Israeli guards and Palestinian inmates are forced into a complex dialogue unlike any other outside the prison walls. A dialogue born of necessity, it often falters and frequently breaks down.

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But most of the time they do achieve conciliation. Outside the prison the leaders of both sides try and do the same.

 

Among the new Palestinian leadership are men who spent time within these very walls, where they learnt the craft of negotiating with the enemy. Some of Be'er Sheva's current inmates could be the next generation of leaders... if they are ever released.

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