A good example of modern Israeli cinema, portraying urban life in Israel in an amusing way, as well as displaying one of the more interesting and odd characters of cinema in general- a singleminded descendant of Spinoza living, translating, and commenting on life today.
I hadn't seen many Israeli movies when I saw it, and was enormously pleased, although the second time was much less fascinating and a great deal more weird.
See it- it's definitely original.
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