Documentaries | Current Affairs
With Israel refusing to rule out a ground invasion, South Lebanon is once again in a state of turmoil. There, the wounds of twenty-two years of Israeli occupation are still fresh.
Isolated from the rest of the country, the population was forced to choose between two rival militias: the SLA, Israels Lebanese allies, or the newly emerging Hezbollah. When Israel withdrew in 2000, its SLA supporters found themselves vilified as collaborators. This moving documentary follows Maha and Pierre, who sided with the SLA, and DeGaulle and Ali, members of Hezbollah. Their stories provide an insight into the political forces shaping Lebanon today.