- Jun 9, 2016
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
“Second Person Singular” follows two tracks, one in the third person following a lawyer, the other in the first person, a poor Arab from the occupied territories who moves to Jerusalem to study and becomes a social worker. The lawyer, too, is from a small village in the territories. As their stories unfold, it is clear they are both trying to leave not only class but a large part of their Arab heritage behind.