2012, 11:00 minutes, B&W, Arabic with English Subtitles
DIMA (means cloud in Arabic) is a testimony of a child of victim of targeted assassination. Dima, my niece, was nine years old when the Israeli Intelligence Agency Mossad assassinated her father in Athens, Greece, in 1986. After 25 years of his absence, Dima speaks for the first time about her memories and struggle to cope with her loss as a child. Based on archival documents and interview, DIMA weaves a story that viewers can relate to.
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