Tekoa is a trendy Jewish settlement in the west bank, where none of the residents want to speak to the media. From the moment award-winning director Iris Zaki arrives, tension fill the air. Iris sets up a pop-up film studio in the middle of the settlement and stays put for a month in order to meet the settlers. A simple intervention, which creates a complex chain of reactions from the few settlers who eventually agree to talk. The film was awarded a Special Mention for Best Feature at the SIMA Awards, and was nominated for Best Documentary by Israeli Documentary Forum.