There Is A Field
Cert: TBC Year: Length: mins
The Keswick Peace and Human Rights Group selection.
In October 2000, a police officer shot and killed unarmed 17-year old Asel Asleh. His story is tragically familiar for Americans, but Asel was not killed in Ferguson, New York City, Atlanta, or Minneapolis. Asel was a Palestinian teenager who was murdered by Israeli police as he participated in a demonstration, calling for an end to the Israeli occupation and settler-colonization.
There Is A Field began as a play about Asel's life and his death and the film intercuts performance and archive footage.
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