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Drrector's Notes: Location - Tel Aviv
It has to do with my insistence on making a film that avoids the religious-secular dialogue. If the
location was some ultra-Orthodox town, this film would be so removed from that dialogue
that no one would even notice that it ignores the dispute between these two sides.
The statement itself is expressed in the notion of locating the film in Tel Aviv but not giving too
much of it and not relating in any way to the secular nature of the location. It's another Tel Aviv
option. It may be less well-known, but it exists nonetheless in an authentic form. I live in Tel Aviv. I
belong to an ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community, a community that offers a very vibrant and full life.
We live peacefully with our secular neighbors. We don't interfere in their lives, and they don't
interfere in ours.
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