Director Ran Tal (Children of the Sun) studies the innermost parts of Israeli society with humor and compassion—in an unexpected location. During a spring, summer, fall and winter season of one year, he documents the physical transformation of Gan HaShlosha, better known as the Sakhne, one of the largest, most famous and most visited parks in Israel. With an equally spectacular expression of cinematic beauty, he also tells the stories of the diverse group of people who visit the park and who work there. In Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, Portuguese, and Yiddish, with English subtitles.
- 1 hr 13 minNR