In the opening sequence of the new documentary film, Budrus, the camera follows a winding road to the home of Palestinian activist, Ayed Morrar.
"We don't have time for war. We want to raise our kids in peace and hope," he states in Hebrew, addressing any Israelis in the cinema audience.
Mr Morrar comes from one of six small villages close to the occupied West Bank's border with Israel, which were due to be encircled by the Israeli separation barrier in 2003.
The plans would have cut off Budrus residents' access to some 300 acres of land and torn up their olive trees.
The film, produced by a Palestinian and an Israeli, follows the villagers' largely peaceful protests against the barrier.
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