Mussa Trailer

Mussa Trailer (2016)

24 April 2016 Factual 59 mins

Twelve-year-old Mussa won't speak and no one knows why. He is an African refugee living in Tel Aviv, and for the past five years he's been bussed from his troubled neighborhood to an upscale private school. Moussa's Israeli classmates are his best friends, but he chooses to communicate with them only through gestures.

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Canada 24 April 2016

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