Jerusalem is Delisle’s biggest and most accomplished work to date […] It’s a conversational dialogue in which he jumps deftly between the sacred and the mundane […] They’re stories of human minutiae in a place we only see in times of political strife on the news, when it blends into all the other stories of political strife and we become numb to it. Without Delisle we might never learn what it’s actually like to live in a place like this, or get a realistic idea of the people we would meet if we did. He’s clear-eyed, good-hearted, he takes what he sees and he turns it into art. 

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