Mai Masri’s 1998 video recalls the massacre of Palestinian refugees at the eponymous camp in 1982. The camera moves over a squalid pool of debris as a nearby boy identifies it as the site of a mass murder in which his aunt was beheaded. The tape centers on a boy and girl who were given cameras and provide some of the footage. It’s hard to tell what they shot, and their stories are fragmented, but the jigsaw puzzle of memories is appropriate to the theme of displacement. The boy suffers some memory loss after being hit by a car, a tragic metaphor for his people’s situation, while an older boy collects rocks and sand in a horse-drawn cart and tries to sell them at construction sites; their attempts to cope with the present contrast with the Palestinians’ almost universal desire to rebuild their family homes when they return to Palestine, a return they all seem to expect. 50 min.