Walk On Water

This is where the borders used to be
until we took over East Jerusalem in '67.

Arab snipers were sitting
on top of these walls.

If they had a bad day they would
shoot the Jews walking on the other side.

I think we should get off here.
- Can you please let us off?
- Why?

Rafik is take me
to his uncle's shop.

This is the wall.
The viewer like to put a note there.

- The religious believe God reads them.
- You have no reason to be upset.

It doesn't matter anymore,
the main thing is that he found
someone to take him shopping. I mean,

isn't that why you come to Israel?
It's so strange.
He always liked to flaunt it.

Bach in high school, in front
of our parents' friends

it was always the first thing
that he would say: "Ich bin Schwul"

- Which is "I'm gay" in German.
- Well, he didn't say that to me.

Neither did you,
but truly doesn't matter anymore.

Maybe you frightened him?
Maybe you said something that...

- Oh, so now it's my fault?
- It is not a question of fault.

I really don't want to talk about it.
Let's talk about you, okay?

Why aren't you going home
to your father's birthday party?

- He told to you about that?
- Is it a secret?

- It's not, I just don't want to go.
- Why not?

I don't want to go back there.
I don't want to see them again.

- But they are your parents...
- Are you taking sides on this now?

This is the women's section.
Do you want to put a note?

Oh yes, Axel.