Unforbidden gay love set in a orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem, Israel. A family man employs a new young stranger to work in his butcher, and soon discovers he has feeling for this young man. it's nothing new the story, but the setting is different, topical, political and very up to date. A story not told before in my experience, beside Trembling Before GD which was a documentary. My god does the director know how to draw performances from his actors. it's very subtle and inventive, a wonderful discovery, i was so moved my heart ached for them so much. it's more than a love story, it makes you think and question Israel and it's hypocritical regime, but it does this not in a judgmental way, a very powerful film.