Metzitzim (Hebrew: מציצים, English: Peeping Toms) is a 1972 Israeli comedy film that has become a cult film. It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival.
The film was directed by Uri Zohar and starred Arik Einstein and Zohar himself. The cinematographer was Adam Greenberg.
In 2014, on season two of the show Orly and guy come with an answer (אורלי וגיא באים בתשובה), suspicions were raised that during the production of the movie there had been abuses and sexual harassment against actresses. In addition, Mona Zilberstein's cousin claimed that the rape scene (after Gota, Uri Zohar, washed Mona and took her to bed) was in fact a rape. This and other sexual harassment in her life led her to use drugs until her death from an overdose.Arik Einstein - Eli
Uri Zohar - Gutte
Sima Eliyahu - Mili
Mona Silberstein - Dina (as Mona Zilberstein)
Zvi Shissel - Davidke
Mordecai Ben-Ze'ev - Altman Sr. (as Mordechai Ben-Zeev)
Moti Mizrahi - Altman Jr.
Motti Levi - Avi
Mordechai Arnon - Cab driver
Margalit Ankory - Ruthie
Zvia Doron - Fainting woman
Eddie Cogan - Singer
Aharonchik - Lifeguard
Esther Zewko - Secretary (as Esther Zebco)
Tova Farber - Street girl