Home Game the movie focuses on the human aspect of the Kadima party's 2005 Disengagement from Gaza, reminding all that regardless of politics, people are supposed to care about one another.
"Home Game" documents the story of graduating 12th graders, from the Israeli village of Netzer Hazani in Gush Katif, during their last vacation before adulthood - the summer the former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was to expel 9,000 Jews from their homes in Jewish Gaza.
The movie - Home Game - was available for internet viewing during the month of August, 2009 only. See the Home Game home page.
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Their yearly summers of beach, sports and fun usually focused on the annual youth final basketball competition. Yet their 2005 summer vacation turned into something else entirely because the Israeli government began to implement its plan to remove them from their homes in Gush Katif.
Instead of just competing on the basketball court they were also forced to compete on their 'home' court as well.
This is a documentary about the teenage years, growing up and the youth who were forced to deal with a confusing reality that potentially harmed their whole system of beliefs and values.
In the interview below, Israel National Radio's Yishai Fleisher talks with Shlomo Wollins about the online free launch of the "Home Game" movie.