Noa Holander has it all, she's beautiful, she models, act for fun and one of the richest women in Israel. Over the past two years she had a highly publicized affair with Pete Evans, one of ...
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Shababnikim, features a group of four Haredi students who study at a yeshiva in Jerusalem. One of them, Gedalya, is on the straight and narrow, while the other three prefer their Talmud ... See full summary »
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Four guys living in farm in the center of Jerusalem, a very expensive piece of land which is worth millions of dollars, find themselves with a debt of 55k to the city hall. They have a ... See full summary »
Srugim is a drama series which deals with the life of single religious men and women from Jerusalem. The series offers a glance into the lives of intelligent and educated young males and ... See full summary »
The series tells the story of Nadav Feldman , a young social worker , who discovers that he is adopted and finds himself in the depths of his biological father's family, Baruch Asulin, a ... See full summary »
Noa Holander has it all, she's beautiful, she models, act for fun and one of the richest women in Israel. Over the past two years she had a highly publicized affair with Pete Evans, one of Hollywood's biggest stars. He's handsome, he's successful, he's rich - it's all perfect. And then they break up. According to the tabloids, he cheated on her. Amos Dahari is a 28-year-old guy still living with his parents in their tiny, cramped apartment. He works at the family business - the bakery. He spends most of his days in front of the oven, making minimum wage. When he's not working he's busy getting an earful from Vanessa - his girlfriend of nine years, who can't wait for him to whip out a ring and propose to her. Tonight, she's going to do it for him. They both - Noa and Amos - arrive at the same restaurant that night, the snazziest place in Tel Aviv. She's there to get over the breakup, and he's there to get out of an engagement. They meet by accident, an encounter they'll never forget, ...Written by