Naf - Street Kid

    • Moshe Alafi
    • Israel
    • 80 min
    docsforsale_01 Docs for sale
    The shocking and revealing documentation of a homeless boy's life over a two and a half year period. Naf (Naftali), is an ultra-orthodox but thrown out of his parents' home for being a "bad apple". From the age of 14 he wanders the Jerusalem streets, and is exposed to crime, violence, and sexual assault. Only fighting keeps him alive; fighting the city council as a representative of homeless youth; fighting the man who sexually abused him through the court system, fighting the radio stations to convince them to play his music. This is a child not only fighting for life, but for self respect and a future. This is the struggle for survival experienced by all our homeless children - as seen through the eyes of NAF - A street kid.


    Moshe Alafi
    Moshe Alafi for Alafim productions


    World Sales
    Lia Lerer for Ruth Diskin Films

    More information

    Available versions
    Spoken languages

    About Docs for Sale


    Docs for Sale facilitates sales of high-end documentaries by gathering all interested parties, both during the festival and through online services. Docs for Sale subscribers can log in for more information and to stream this film.

    Share this film

    Print this page

    IDFA history

    This website uses cookies.

    By using cookies we can measure how our site is used, how it can be further improved and to personalize the content of online advertisements.

     here everything about our cookie policy. If you choose to decline, we only place functional and analytical cookies