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Turn Left at the End of the World (סוף העולם שמאלה, Sof Ha'Olam Smola) is a 2004 Israeli film directed by Avi Nesher, starring Neta Gerti and Liraz Charhi. Most of the dialog is in Hebrew, but some of it is in French, English and Moroccan Arabic.

The story takes place in an immigrant town in the middle of the Negev desert south of Israel in the sixties. Two teenagers, one from a Moroccan family, and one from an Indian family, form a friendship, as the film explores the hardships of the lives of immigrants in Israel in the era.

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