Near the central bus station of the northern Israel town of Carmiel, stand a 7 stories building. Gated, surrounded by a tall wall and security cameras and constantly producing loud human noise. The building hosts for 9 months about 100 teenagers who immigrated without their families to Israel from the former Soviet Union countries. In an overly prolonged summer camp atmosphere (mayhem, sex, alcohol and drugs) they are supposed to turn from "Russians" to "Israelis".

Premiered at DOCAVIV 2013.

CREW

Director
VITALI KRIVICH

Producers
ESTEE YACOV-MECKLBERG
HAIM MECKLBERG

Editing
ERNEST ARANOV
DORON SULIMAN
VITALI KRIVICH

Camera
VITALI KRIVICH
ARIE SHUSTEROVICH
DANIELLA NOWITZ 

Produced for
YES DOCO

With the support of
MAKOR FOUNDATION FOR ISRAELI FILMS
GESHER MULTICULTURAL FILM FUND

 

Documentary, 56 min.