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A devout 18-year-old Israeli is pressured to marry the husband of her late sister. Declaring her independence is not an option in Tel Aviv's ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community, where religious law, tradition and the rabbi's word are absolute.
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Couple of comments: first and foremost, this film is a labor of love from writer-director Rama Burshtein, who seemingly has poured her heart and soul into bringing this film to life, and with great results. Second, we get a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community as never before. At no time do the characters feel forced or over the top, but instead they feel so authentic that at several times during the movie I was wondering if these were actors, or real-life ultra-Orthodox people.Read more ›
The director has left open through a form of comic suggestion that the female is not obliged to accept the suggestions of parents and Rabbis:women are pressured to make the decision at the right time,but the decision of whom to marry is theirs.Esther dies giving birth to a son,Mordechai.It is announced that plans are afoot for Yochay to remarry,which will mean him moving to Belgium with Mordechai.Rivka suggests he might marry Shira instead.Yochay is far better-looking than the man she would have married, and he’s a romantic and tender soul,however he has a child and has been married before.There is a kind of chemistry between him and the soft-spoken, accordion-playing Shira.There are scenes between the two where there is a conflict between erotic desire and truthfulness and duty,with the former winning out.The film is finely acted,Sudri’s cinematography creates a distinctive and seductive visual style,with shallow focus,low angles and highly composed groupings.Worth a look for fans of Jane Austen.
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Just loves it - brillant story about a closed WorldPublished 7 months ago by hanne kristine poulsen
Interesting and enjoyable film. Good acting . For me a very fascinating insight into the life of Hassidic jews in Tel A Viv.Published 12 months ago by janstextiles
Fantastic! Emotional and touching. For those who never understand the beauty of seeing or being truly orthodox Jewish. The world must not take them for granted. Read morePublished 13 months ago by MMTC