Meorav Yerushalmi brings to the screen, for the first time, the colorful hues of a traditional Jerusalem family. Shimon Sadeh, a successful real estate developer, is a widower. The series ...
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Meorav Yerushalmi brings to the screen, for the first time, the colorful hues of a traditional Jerusalem family. Shimon Sadeh, a successful real estate developer, is a widower. The series opens as a new relationship develops between him and Leah, the young and self-assured woman who is to become his second wife. Shimon has three children. His sons each go their own ways--Efraim, the eldest, rebels against his father and prefers to study in Yeshiva. Itzik, the second son, rejects his father's ways by refusing to work in the family business and becoming a musician. Itzik will move in with Noa, his secular girlfriend, making the ultimate transformation and rebellion against his family. Ariella, the strong-willed, funny younger daughter is trying to find her own way through the maze of different directions standing before her. Eliahu, the grandfather, was formerly a highly esteemed Rabbi in Djerba, but fell apart when he arrived in Israel and became an 'unknown'. This series explores the ...Written by
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Due to budgetary issues, the filming of the second season was greatly delayed after nearly being cancelled, and then broadcast on a different channel than the first season. To accommodate the change, the new network showed a 90-minute movie that summed up the events of the first season, so viewers would be able to start watching the show from the second season. See more »