Washington DC Jewish Community Center

Film: Turn Left at the End of the World
Washington DCJCC



Screening Room Turn Left at EndTURN LEFT AT THE END
OF THE WORLD 
   

Presented as part of the Middle East Institute’s
“Summer Garden Series: The Middle East and Mediums
of Expression - The Immigrant Experience in Israel

Israel, 2004, 108 minutes, feature, Hebrew/ French, English subtitles
Director:  Avi Nesher

The year is 1969.  Into a small town in the Israeli desert, inhabited mostly by Moroccan immigrants, come a few Indian families who have immigrated to Israel seeking a better life in the West.  The Indians, who think of themselves as British, find themselves embroiled in a culture war with the Moroccans, who consider themselves French and look down on the darker-skinned Indians.  A captivating mix of old enemies, cultural mine fields, the very British game of cricket, teenage girls and the sexual revolution of the Sixties ensue in this award-winning film. Please note this film contains nudity.

Film followed by panel discussion and a Tel Aviv café reception
Free program.  Reservations required at washingtondcjcc.org/film.

Program funded in part by a grant from the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities
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Date:
Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Address:
1529 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20016
United States

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