~ "They Do Not Exist -/1974/’’ – the title of the film was inspired of a speech of Golda Meir – when she said: Who are the Palestinians? I don’t know any people in this name, They Do Not Exist. The point here is, that if the Palestinians do not exist, then who the hell they are bombarding?! Are they bombarding ghosts?! The film includes a clear sign, through music to the case of the Palestine cause, as a civilization conflict, as a civilization that conquers another one. Eastern music was used too, with the ordinary camp life scenes, in opposite of Bach’s music that goes with bombardment. This film is another try to look for a language of revolution cinema. The film They Don’t Exist gained the Honor Diploma of the Leipzig Film Festival, Germany – 1974 and the prize of the Arab Criticism Union from Cartage Film Festival, Tunis, 1978. The synopsis was written by the late film director Mustafa Abu Ali.