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sraeli police officer Benny
Herness and Palestinian jour-
nalist Adnan Joulani planned
to keep in touch after return-
ing from an Israeli-Palestinian peace
mission to Japan in 2000.
But the Palestinian intifada inter-
The intifada erupted a week after
the debut of an Israeli documentary
film on their peace mission to Japan,
called Sleeping With the Enemy. Then
the two lost contact until Israeli film
director Dov Gil-Har brought them
together again last summer to make
a follow-up documentary.
The result, Behind Enemy Lines,
made its world premiere earlier this
month at the opening of the Toronto
Jewish Film Festival. The engrossing
documentary also is scheduled for
screening at numerous other film
Come taste the Difference!
festivals and on Israel's Channel Two
later this year.
In Behind Enemy Lines, the two
protagonists take turns bringing each
other to different places in an
attempt to convince the other of his
own truth. As the scene shifts from
the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial
in Jerusalem to the West Bank city
of Hebron, and from Tel Aviv to
Jenin, the two engage in a dialogue
marked as much by personal warmth
as by political heat.
Perhaps the most riveting sequence
occurs in the narrow streets of the
Jenin refugee camp, as Herness and
Joulani, riding in an armored vehi-
cle, encounter roving bands of
youths with rocks and iron bars in
They visit the widow of a suicide
bomber and the sites of several ter-
rorist attacks, including a Tel Aviv
intersection where a cousin of
Joulani's went on a shooting ram-
page and was shot by an Israeli
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Palestinian journalist Adnan Joulani, left, and Israeli police o f ficer Benny Herness,
the protagonists of Dov Gil-Hars documentary "Behind Enemy Lines."