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Tekoa is a trendy settlement, where none of the residents want to speak to the media. From the moment director Iris Zaki arrives from Tel Aviv to the settlement, tension fills the air. She sets up a pop-up film studio in the middle of Tekoa, and stays there for a month in order to meet settlers. A simple intervention, which creates a complex chain of reactions from those who eventually agree to talk. 'Unsettling' was made by Zaki, as a social experiment that highlights the contrasts and contradictions of the settlers' self-perception, but does so through conducting a rare and active conversation with them.