The beautiful coastline of Tel Aviv draws devoted beachgoers eager to find peace and relaxation in the Mediterranean. Among these are residents of Bnei Brak, a closed orthodox suburb, who frequent a gender-segregated stretch of seaside, closed off to the neighboring gay beaches with a modesty fence. Kainer’s insightful and often humorous film explores the importance of this kosher beach, even defying the wishes of rabbis fearful of the beach’s “immorality”.
|Running Time:||65 min.|
|Subject(s):||Religion and Spirituality, Society, Women|
|Producer(s):||Levi Zini, Karin Kainer, Avishai Peretz|
|Cinematographer:||Karin Kainer, Einav Goodman Giat, Ynon Slutzky, Roee Farag, Tal Mor|
|Editor(s):||Yael Leibovitz, Arik Lahav Leibovich|
|Production Company:||Docfilms, Karin Kainer Films|