Despite a tangle of roadblocks and checkpoints, a thriving street car racing scene has emerged in the West Bank. Held at improvised tracks – a vegetable market, an old helicopter pad, a security academy – the races offer a release from the pressures and uncertainties of life under military occupation. The fanfare and rivalry between cities brings spectators out in droves, lining rooftops and leaning over barricades to snap photos of their favorite drivers and to catch final times on the scoreboard.
|Running Time:||80 min.|
|Subject(s):||Current Affairs, Gender, History, Human Rights, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Jewish Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Military, Religion and Spirituality, Society, Sports, Women|
|Producer(s):||Amber Fares, Avi Goldstein and Jessica Devaney|
|Cinematographer:||Amber Fares and Lucy Martens|
|Editor(s):||Rabab Haj Yahya|
|Production Company:||Soc Doc|