A good-looking American-Israeli named David returns to Israel to join the army. While on patrol, he accidentally kills a Palestinian girl.

The trauma lands him in an Israeli mental hospital filled with Holocaust survivors and built on the site of a village where Israeli troops massacred 100 Palestinians in 1948.

With the help of an experimental drug, David's father brings him back to New York, where he falls for a Palestinian woman with a young daughter. She ditches him when she learns he was an Israeli soldier.

The story sounds straightforward enough, but the writer-

director, Udi Aloni, loses his way.

The result is
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