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Kahwa Lakol Al-omam (Coffee For All Nations)

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In 1948, the Israeli army forced Abed’s family and other residents of Al-Walaja village near Bethlehem to abandon their homes. Despite the expulsion, Abed was determined to return and preserve his land ownership. From a small one-room home made out of wood and metal sheets to a cave that he discovered on his land and converted into a small house, Abed persisted to stay on. While in his cave, he decided to open up a coffee shop for all nations on his land, which although surrounded by settlements, was in a spot that could be reached by Palestinians, Israelis and foreigners. Through his coffee shop, Abed turned his own tragedy into a transformative project that allowed him to share his one true possession: a stunning view. But, for how long?

2014 / 52 mins

Genre: Social and Docudrama

Director

Wafa Jamil

Producer

Wafa Jamil
www.wafajamil.net
Per Åke Holmquist

Editor

Lisa Ekberg
Sven Blume
Mohannad Sbaneh
Sameh Karim
Amjad Shoman

DOP

Samer Shalabi
Ameed Shehadeh
Khaled Jarar
Hisham Ayroot
Wafa Jamil

Scriptwriter

Wafa Jamil

Production Company

Multi Media Production Company
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