The end of the world is just the beginning.
Jewish cultures from around the world clash in the 1960s when two immigrant families - one from Morocco and the other from India - become neighbors in a tiny Israeli village in the Negev Desert. With only poverty and devotion to their homelands in common, they are brought together by the unlikely friendship of their daughters: sultry Moroccan Nicole (Neta Garty) and thoughtful Indian Sara (Liraz Charchi). The women's youth and lust for freedom overcome cultural prejudices. For these two communities and two friends, the road to harmony is full of twists and turns both humorous and heartwarming.
Acclaimed director Avi Nesher's Turn Left at the End of the World had the highest Israeli box office gross in the past 20 years. As one of Israel's most prolific filmmakers, Nesher is also the writer and director of Dizengoff 99 and The Troupe, as well as numerous American independent films and TV movies, including Time Bomb and Taxman.