Concrete Land

Institute History


An intimate look into the complex dynamics of a close-knit, three-generational Bedouin family and their beloved pet sheep, as they navigate their life under the increasing hostility they face from their non-nomadic neighbors and the constant threat of gentrification. Now, the life of the still singing family is about to change.


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