Turn Left At The End Of The World (Sof Ha'Olam Smola) 2004 DVD-Israeli movie
The setting is the late sixties. Two immigrant families, one from Morocco and other from India become neighbours.Hebrew, ENG & RUS SubtitlesNTSC(USA) & PAL(Euro) system available
The setting is the late sixties, in a tiny, isolated Israeli village. Two immigrant families, one from Morocco and the other from India become neighbors. They share nothing but a dream. As they are forced to live together, the two wary communities attempt to build a sense of identity. In order to assert their imperial identity, the Indians from the village put together a rag tag cricket team. The Moroccans, who take the game as an act of snobbery, do their utmost to be disruptive. Meanwhile, each family has a teenage daughter negotiating the landscape of the sexual revolution. When the sultry Moroccan Nicole and the heady Indian Sara become friends, their youth and desire for freedom help them overcome prejudices. In this isolated place, the road to harmony twists joyfully and surprisingly.