|Director||Jill Beardsworth Keith Walsh|
|Country||Austria, Ireland, Syria, Israel|
|Plot||Nestled high on a mountainside in the Middle East, a Syrian Druze village has survived under Israeli occupation, while 136 others like it were wiped out. Using a multi-character narrative, the film weaves its way through streets and orchards revealing how this secretive community have clung onto their land using a simple fruit-the apple.... see Apples of the Golan on IMDb|
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