Brilliant, superbly acted, a very important film.
My quibbles pale in comparison to the film's virtues, but they are:
1. It is not explained how the main character and her Palestinian friend got into Gaza -- the impression is that they go through a tunnel from Israel, but of course there are no tunnels between Israel and Gaza. They obviously went to Egypt in order to get through a tunnel to the Gaza Strip, but this is not explained.
2. The reality of the situation is Gaza is quite understated -- that section could have been stronger.
3. Some reference to pre-1945 Zionist terrorism would have placed the situation at the end of the Mandate in better context. The film's starting point (the liberation of the Nazi death camps) might lead some viewers to think that such terrorism in Palestine only began after the Second World War.
4. One other little glitch is when the Palestinian man, standing on a rooftop in Abu Dis, refers to Palestine lying on one side of the Wall, Israel on the other, when of course both sides there are Abu Dis. The Wall does not follow the Green Line there.
Alas I see no plans -- yet -- for the film to be shown in the US, the place where it most needs to be disseminated.