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GOD'S NEIGHBORS

by Meni Yaesh

synopsis

Rules must be followed. For the “supervisors” of a Bat Yam neighborhood in Israel, this means ensuring that women are dressed appropriately, that people respect Shabbat, or that Arabs from Jaffa don’t enter the neighborhood with music blaring from their cars. Avi, Kobi and Yaniv are young and know how to fight. Avi is their leader. The group’s dynamic is challenged when Avi threatens a young woman that doesn’t follow their rules, a woman he’s about to fall in love with…

international title: God's Neighbors
original title: Les Voisins de Dieu
country: Israel, France
sales agent: Rezo Films International
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Meni Yaesh
film run: 98'
release date: FR 27/03/2013
screenplay: Meni Yaesh
cast: Roy Assaf, Gal Friedman, Itzik Golan, Rotem Ziesman-Cohen
cinematography by: Shahak Paz
film editing: Asaf Korman
art director: Udi Tugendreich
music: Shushan
production: Bizibi Productions, Transfax Film Productions/Israel
distributor: Sophie Dulac Distribution
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