“An eye-opening look at a rare and controversial side of Israeli life.” – The Hollywood Reporter

“Coolly executed, but intensely charged.” – Screen Daily

Israeli-Argentinian director Silvina Landsmann plunges us into the sparse downtown offices of the Hotline centre, where a dozen employees – nearly all of them women – assist new migrants from Eritrea, Sudan, Ghana and other African hotspots. With an estimated 60,000 new immigrants currently living in Israel in 2015, the viewer is asked to consider the democratic responsibility of Israel, and the implications of the changing state of the nation.