Directors: Yael Kipper & Ronen Zaretzky

A cinematic-literary look at the lives of immigrants, who came to Israel over the course of 20 years, all residents of Block 461 in Maalot-Tarshiha, a mixed city in the North of Israel. The film observes the lives of people who immigrated from Russia and are still searching for their place, people who fled Lebanon 14 years ago when they were children and are just starting to realize how complex their lives are, and young people from the community of ''Bnei Menashe'', Kuki people who just arrived from Manipur, India on the Myanmar border, and moved directly to Maalot. The film presents a dialogue between cinematographic expression and a literary text written by Israeli novelist Sara Shilo.
DVD (Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, Hindi, With English Subtitles)
82 minutes
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