Documentary directed by Rachel Schwartz (Israel, 2017, 57 min.). Digital. Arabic and Hebrew with English subtitles. New England premiere.
As war rages on in Syria, covert Israeli humanitarian operations are flying wounded soldiers and civilians to Israeli hospitals for treatment. At first, many Syrian patients are terrified upon waking up, certain they are in enemy territory. But during their stay, the patients and their doctors forge deep, moving relationships.
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This film occurs after Museum hours. Please use the Linde Family Wing Entrance on Museum Road.
Taste Café will be open for movie concessions until 15 minutes after the film starts.
The parking garage will remain open for 30 minutes after the film ends.
Museum doors will open 45 minutes before the start of the film and will be closed 30 minutes after it starts. Latecomers will not be admitted.