Four women meet on the same bench, daily, to share their lives
A film by Ilan Yagoda
Yagoda's 'Neighborhood' presents life as it is - reality, though not in the "Master Chef" sense of the word. The film is devoid of pretentiousness or a sensational plot. Loneliness is depicted by pots that have grown smaller, like life itself ... It has made the four women no longer transparent. The film makes the viewer pause for a moment in their daily race and look at the women sitting on benches, see the world, the street and even us through their eyes and maybe learn something from this reflection. This is probably its greatest accomplishment.
Tal Miller, Yedioth Aharonot
Quiet, delicate and magical
Avi Mograbi, Filmmaker (Senior Lecturer, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design)
A beautiful, special film planted firmly in the midst of a loud media landscape like an ancient, majestic olive tree.
Aya Munster, Blogger
DocAviv International Film Festival
Nominee, Israel Documentary Filmmakers’ Award
Days of Ethnographic Film Festival
FIFEQ, Canada 2014
"Best Documentary" award and opening film, Delhi International film festival
Director: Ilan Yagoda
Cinematography: Danny Barnea, Amnon Huri
Editing: Hadara Oren
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