How could you tell if your husband was a terrorist? WELL? is a video essay about an African saline well, terrorism, and marriage. My husband replaces me on a dhow expedition to the island Siyu in the Arabian Sea just south of Somalia. He meets Mohammed Kubwa, village administrator, who tells him about a saline well poisoning the village. But Kubwa is famous for being the brother-in-law of Fazul Abdullah, one of the ten most wanted terrorists in the world and mastermind of the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi. Spending nearly two and a half years under interrogation by the Kenyan police, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the Mossad, Kubwa insisted he had no idea who his sister had married. Using interview footage of Kubwa taken after his incarceration, his printed statements, a NY Times article about the saline well, footage of Fazul, clips from True Lies, arguments between myself and my husband, Well? examines the bond between terrorist and wife, brother and sister, man and wife, stranger and stranger, exploring the idea of trust in our most intimate relationships. MiniDV.