This short animation by German-Palestinian director Ahmad Saleh is a fantastic way to deal with the challenging social issues of alterity and division. In what begins as a simple tale of two rival factions of sheep, one which “maas” and one which “baas”, the fear of the ‘other’ is overcome and the similarities that bind us are emphasised. The new-born sheep in each tribe come together out of curiosity and disprove the difference between two groups. This tale is deceptively sophisticated and can be used in classes of older children or young people: unlike most of the corpus, it is suitable for all ages. Its premise centres essential topics related to DIALLS: the power of dialogue as a solution to the predicament of difference. In particular, viewers may enjoy the visual representation of speech as a way to consider the role of language in conflict and its resolution.