The film is shot in a specially designed viewing booth installed at Temple University in Philadelphia. This is a dark room with a monitor where an archive of documentary videos describing the life of Palestinians in the Israeli-occupied territories is available. A part of this archive is the materials created or uploaded to the web by the Israeli non-profit organization B'Tselem which collects information about human rights violations in the occupied and annexed territories of Israel (mainly by the Israeli military against the Palestinians). The other part is the documentation created either by the Israeli military itself, or by Israelis in the territories, or by diplomatic representatives.
A camera installed in the booth captures the main character of the film, Maia levy, a Jewish student living in the United States who is sympathetic to the Israeli authorities, as we will learn later, watching these videos and sharing her comments trying to make sense of what is happening. Her reactions are watched by the director and, accordingly, the audience of the film.