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Turn Left at the End of the World

Directed by: Avi Nesher
110 Minutes, 2004

The tale of a group of families who emmigrate from India to Israel in the late sixties, seeking a better life in what they believe to be the first outpost of the West in Asia. Instead they are sent to a new settlement, in the middle of the desert, populated mostly by Moroccan Jews. An inevitable cultural clash takes place between the two communities–the Indians who consider themselves British and the Moroccans who see themselves as French.

Credits

Director: Avi Nesher

Producer: Avi Nesher

Producer: Leon Edery

Producer: Moshe Edery

Producer: Samuel Hadida

Producer: Victor Hadida

Producer: Colette D. Johnson

Producer: Micki Rabinovich

Producer: Dudi Zilber

Producer: Danny Ben Menahem

Producer: Isaac Sehayek

Cast: Neta Garty

Cast: Liraz Charhi

Cast: Aure Atika

Cast: Jean Benguigui

Cast: Parmeet Sethi

Cast: Kruttika Desai

Cast: Ruby Porat Shoval

Cast: Rotem Abuhab

Cast: Israel Katorza

Cast: Nadav Abuksis

Cast: Mariano Idelman

Cast: Nati Ravitz

Cast: Rona Lipaz-Michael

Cast: Efrat Aviv

Cast: Evelin Hagoel

Cast: Stanley Perlman

Cast: Sima Karmel

Cast: Din Talkar

Cast: Bar Talkar

Cast: Sagiv Cohen

Cast: Shai Ben Shmol

Cast: Frida Abut

Original Music: Krishna Levy

Director of Photography: David Gurfinkel

Editor: Isaac Sehayek

Art director: Yoram Shayer

Writer: Sara Eden

Writer: Avi Nesher

Writer: Ruby Porat Shoval