Documentaries • 47m
This is the story of Israel's toughest neighborhood through one night with a local cop. The neighborhood is home to the largest community of Ethiopian immigrants in the country and Rafi Mells is the only cop in charge of it. Unlike most cops, whose task is to maintain law and order, Rafi's work revolves around helping his community to adapt to life in Israel.
This program may contain strong language, nudity, and/or violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
Languages: Hebrew & Amharic, English subtitles
Director: Itamar Chen
Producers: Aurit Zamir, Yoav Roeh
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