The film, Lebanon: Caught in Between, focuses on the consequences of the 22-year Israeli occupation of the region of Southern Lebanon by closely examining the lives of four young men. Southern Lebanon is a region isolated from the rest of Lebanon, which forced impossible choices on its residents during the occupation. The film describes this by interviewing Maha and Pierre (who sided with Israeli's defensive allies, the SLA or Southern Lebanese Army), as well as DeGaulle and Ali, who sided with Hezbollah. With the occupying Israeli force gone, the residents of Southern Lebanon who sided with the SLA and their families now face the consequences of that choice as they are labeled traitors and collaborators. Lebanon: Caught in Between captures a pivotal moment in the politics of the Middle East and is an important and relevant film for both educators and viewers interested in the conflicts in the Middle East.