‘Wall’: the cartoon film adaptation about the Palestinian apartheid

When he was asked if he would make an animated adaptation of a play about the Palestinian border wall, director Cam Christiansen wasn’t entirely sure how he would pull it off. “I knew as much about the wall as the average North American, which is not very much, I’m afraid,” he says. And yet, over seven years, the animated feature came to life in his hands.
The outcome is Wall – a remarkable adaptation of David Hare’s monologue of the same name, first performed at the Royal Court ­Theatre in London in 2009. In the play, the acclaimed British playwright took to the stage and talked about his experiences in trying to make sense of Israel building a wall surrounding the West Bank.
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