Wishing to learn more about her fellow Israelis who live in the settlement of Tekoa in the West Bank, self-confessed liberal Iris Zaki (Women in Sink) moves there from Tel Aviv for a month. She sets up shop in the local café and strikes up conversations with her new neighbours, respectfully confronting her worldview with theirs. Celebrating the beauty of the place and its people, Zaki’s brave (but also humorous) film explores one of the most divisive issues in Israel today.

Official Selection – London Film Festival