Stooges; that might have helped) -- Yuval Ovadia (who also edited, produced and did the sound--and acts one of the leading roles), Prosper Malka and Or Yashar (only one of whom, Mr. Yashar, shown above, has had any industry experience and also did the cinematography here) -- the movie concerns a "being" from somewhere out in space (or up above) who comes to earth in order, it turns out, to turn a member of Israel's Mossad into a very upright citizen. The Mossad? Them?!
Shalom Sharon Raginiano, shown above, right, with co-filmmaker Malka) who's going through divorce, children trouble, health issues, you name it. As the alien and the fellow Raginiano must interrogate, filmmaker Ovadio (below) does a nice job of being "spiritual" and/or other-worldly (he has the face for it!). But compared to another (and so much better) movie of somewhat similar theme -- Man Facing Southeast -- this one is paltry indeed.
Danny Steg, below, center) gives it his all. He also gets the the movie's best line: "Ouch."
blog, I found a sentence saying, "If you want to see this movie, contact us." So here, for your perusal, is that contact link.