"...for a profound and articulate discussion of issues of identity and belonging to a place and a family. The director offers an intricate portrait of a reality that is grounded in separation walls, checkpoints and segregation. The film examines whether one can create oneself anew within a tragic political context, by presenting a fascinating, complex and touching human story."
A.K.A. Nadia received the Israel Critics’ Forum Award for Best Feature Film at the Jerusalem International Film Festival
July 16, 2015