Sanaz Mozafarian (L) and Vitoria Setta (R). Photo by Steve Ashmore.


Written and directed by Victoria Linchong. 

A young American woman struggles to discover her history and understand a recurring nightmare as her Palestinian friend slowly becomes radicalized by the daily indignities of Israeli occupation. Their correspondence forms a Janus-faced portrait of two girls at the crossroads of a violent past and an uncertain future.

  • Theater for the New City, 2004
"A powerful hallucinatory drama with a profound message about the ties binding generations." --Jacqueline Rose, author of STATES OF FANTASY and THE QUESTION OF ZION.