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A tale of ingenious Palestinian resistance to the indignities of Israeli occupation, the film The Wanted 18 - mixing Claymation, interviews and talking cows - recreates the Israeli pursuit of 18 cows bought by the residents of Beit Sahour to resist Israeli milk hegemony and create their own dairy co-op. The cows are declared "a threat to the national security," and go underground. The director on cows on the lam: "A nation that can't make fun of its own wounds will never be able to heal."