In fourth grade, each Israeli student writes a paper dealing with his hometown. Itamar Rose, a real nerd from a wealthy Israeli family, puts on his historian’s hat and writes a 100-page paper on his village Ganey Yehuda located in the center of Israel. His paper was declared a historical property for the school archive. Going back twenty-two years later, Itamar discovers that in the thousands of words he wrote, only once had he mentioned the Arab village Kefar Ana that had been there before and was occupied during Israel's establishment in 1948. For hundreds of years a big community of Arab farmers lived in the area, and was eventually expelled by the Israelis. Itamar decides to go on a quest following the history and the people in order to create, for the first time, a dialogue between the past and present residents. Using his unique provocative style, Itamar deals with one of the most sensitive issues in Israeli society, the Palestinian expulsion. While creating a fascinating dialogue between the Palestinians and Israelis, My Village makes each side softer and more tolerant of the other's suffering.