I loved this. But then, I also loved his earlier piece, Yossi & Jagger, which is what prompted me to buy this. If you like Ang Lee's focus on human nature, you'll like Eytan Fox's work.
There are two main protagonists here - the cold-eyed Mossad(?) assassin (a wonderfully sustained and shaded performance from Lior Ashkenazi), and the gay German idealist he meets and shepherds around (lovely contrast). Then there is the sister, who lives on a kibbutz with her secret - the one Mossad are keen to uncover.
Bags of interesting detail all the way through - the kibbutz itself (remember Not Quite Jerusalem, anyone ?), the Tel Aviv gay scene, the Israeli/Palestine scenery, and always the complex human relationships at the core, driving this film onward to an unexpected climax, for all concerned.
And if, like me, you never really appreciated Esther & Abi Ofarim's Sixties hit You're The Lady, this may just change your mind!