A place of encounter between Arab and Jew ... a home, that becomes an Open House.
Palestine, Spring, 1936. A family built and created a home. A lemon tree grows. A young Palestinian man, Bashir Al-Khairi, and his family are forced to flee, becoming refugees.
In Ramla, Palestine, a Jewish family--Holocaust survivors from Bulgaria--find an abandoned home. It becomes their new home. A lemon tree grows in the garden. For nineteen years, the young woman, Dalia Eshkenazi Landaunew, wonders, "Who had lived here?" During the same time, Bashir wonders, "Who is living in our house?"