In Israel, soldiers are conscripted at the age of 18. Within a few month, they have the authority to exercise control over many aspects of Palestinian civil life. Six ex-soldiers face the camera and recall their recent service, offering a view into one of the most troubled cities in the West Bank. This film was originally published by The New York Times Op-Docs: Official Selection: IDFA 2020 Winner of Best short documentary, Jerusalem Film Festival 2020 Tampere’s Candidate for European Film Awards 2021 Winner of Best short documentary – Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia 2021 Winner of Human Values Award, Drama Short Film Festival 2021 AFI Docs 2021 Palm Springs Shortfest 2021 AFI Fest 2021 SFFILM Doc Stories 2021 Featuring: Louis Averbuch, Nitzan Ron, Ron Zeidel, Yonatan Stearman, Dean Issacharoff, Nadav Bigelman Screenwriter & Director: Rona Segal Producer: Idit Kliger, Kliger Films Executive Producer: Kobi Mizrahi, KM Productions Cinematographer: Itay Marom Editor: Ayelet Ofarim Sound Design: Nati Zeidenstadt Music: Tal Yardeni