They Ate Peaches
A New York surgeon travels to Israel, following his new friend, Jacob. Together with war-ravaged Charlie Weiss, they discover unconditional love, a love not bound by gender, nationality or religion, or convention, and together strive to bridge the gap between Jews and Arabs. More
They ate peaches blurb
THEY ATE PEACHES is a unique mixture of love and multi-racial characters who travel from the congested streets of New York City to the blood-soaked soil of Israel.
Jacob is a neurotic laborer. While enroute to Israel and his roots, he stops in New York City where he meets David, a successful surgeon. The two become lovers, and David agrees to meet Jacob in Tel Aviv. Jacob introduces David to the formidable, lovely Charlotta Weiss, a former soldier whom men fear and women envy. The trio takes their friendship to the bedroom where gender is no longer important. They experience a love that compares to no other, yet feels right.
When David is injured by a terrorist bomb, he realizes the moral desire within him to give back to the people and the land. The three decide to build a hospital in the middle of the war torn country. Their mission is to provide care, without prejudice, to anyone who needs it. They are met with brutal hatred and violence.
Bombs, earthquakes, collapsed buildings, terrorists and the Israeli secret service try to break the bond between these three lovers, but do not succeed. Centuries-old hatred, however, could be the one thing to destroy them.