Director Amos Gitai completes the trilogy that began with 1978s House and continued with 1998s House in Jerusalem with this documentary detailing why the West Jerusalem abode isnt the microcosm it appeared to be a quarter of a century ago. By connecting the relationships between the houses various inhabitants over the years with the ongoing conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians, Gitai highlights why still it remains very much at the heart and epicenter of their longtime struggle. The inhabitants may have dispersed and the common space may have disintegrated, yet as tangible reality gives way to scattered memories, a new identity gradually begins to emerge.~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide