In his acclaimed one-man play, writer-actor Aaron Davidman portrays 17 characters from far-flung subgroups of Israeli society. Deftly shifting between male and female, Jewish and Muslim, Israeli and Palestinian, he offers a glimpse of the personal stories and contradictory political views and identities that make Israel what it is. In the play’s adaptation to film, filmmaker Dylan Kussman moves seamlessly through three locations — a live theater, the open expanse of a vast desert and a small dressing room. The result is a unique hybrid of stage and cinema. Followed by a Q&A with Dylan Kussman.