Muhi, a brave and spirited Palestinian boy, has lived in an Israeli hospital for seven years. With a rare disease and life threatening outbreaks that left both his arms and legs amputated, he cannot return to his family in Gaza where the shattered healthcare system is unable to treat his condition. Watched over by his grandfather Abu Naim and a volunteer Israeli humanitarian Buma Inbar, Muhi has just begun to understand the rules and conflict that divide his world. His updated visa status “Generally Temporary” strikes a particularly poignant note.
Mayor of Tel Aviv - Yafe Award for Promising Filmmaker, DOCAVIV Golden Dove - DOK Leipzig Audience Award - UK International Jewish Film Festival Night Award - Internacional Festival Signes De La Noite Silver Nanook - Award for Discovery of New Subjects and New Heroes, Flahertiana 18
San Francisco International Film Festival: Nomination Golden Gate Award Hot Docs Toronto: Official Selection World Showcase Human Rights Whatch Film Festival New York: Official Selection AFI Silver Docs Washington: Official Selection IDFA: Second Place Audience Award 20th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival 58th KFF - Krakowski Festiwal Filmowy