Human-Interest Documentaries • 1h 17m
A vast and perplexing labyrinth lies right in the heart of Tel Aviv, at the Central Bus Station. Living in and around it are thousands of refugees, children of migrant workers with no identity of their own and impoverished Israeli families who feel like strangers in their homes. A gritty and mesmerizing picture of a city in transition.
This program may contain strong language, nudity, and/or violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
Languages: English & Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Julie Shles
Producers: Shula Spiegel, Dana Eden
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