A personal journey by an Israeli in London, where he finds fragments of others' lives. Mail for men and women who have disappeared, the habits of his flatmates and the idiosyncrasies of his rented shared flat. He observes the season where
the trees mask the TV reception. The landlord who kills the local pigeons with bleach. Lapid speaks to tube train driver on the East London line on its last day. It is the world of immigrants who come to work. The film is about time
and exile but it is also a tender exploration of the sides of London few notice.