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Gods neighbors remind me last strong Brazilian movies about the violent of human beings. It is not depend on what ideological or social basis is flourished.... 3 young men (almost not working) are put themselves as God policemen. every stranger get their "treatment". A little bit of romantic, a little father's love and a lot of the wrong ways of the Orthodox religions way of life. very very good acting, and in opposite the strong story - the young actors - act great. This is a story of war: a fight of the religious against the secular, the conservatives against the modern people, the racist against the strangers, and the men against the women liberation. Their life in Israel were the reflections of the North African Jewish religious communities, like nothing changed along the 60 years of their life in Israel. All our life was led by our fears. and all the "strong" believers men are really afraid of the modernity...
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