Chic Point: Fashion for Israeli Checkpoints Trailer

Chic Point: Fashion for Israeli Checkpoints Trailer (2003)

03 August 2003 7 mins

Chic Point was shot in a fictional location: the occupied catwalk. Employing all the elements of a fashion show, models reveal their abdomens in outfits designed especially to suit Israeli checkpoints. For Israelis in the present time, the individual Palestinian body is the most dangerous weapon there is, and it is therefore the subject of ongoing and humiliating surveillance.

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