Hummus for Two


Documentary
Documentary

"Humus for Two” sets out on a voyage between the two parts Jerusalem – the undeniable capital of humus in the region (with all due respect to Acre and Ramallah). A city that is officially unified, but that bears too many scars, pains and disputes which prevent even eating a nice ball of humus on 'the other side'.


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Hummus for Two

A Film by: Eyal Halfon

(Israel, 1997, 30 Minutes, Color, Hebrew, Arabic, English subtitles)

With all their disagreements, one of the few things Israelis and Palestinians see eye to eye on is their love for humus. A creamy paste made of chickpeas, it is a national culinary favorite.

"Humus for Two” sets out on a voyage between the two parts Jerusalem – the undeniable capital of humus in the region (with all due respect to Acre and Ramallah). A city that is officially unified, but that bears too many scars, pains and disputes which prevent even eating a nice ball of humus on 'the other side'.