Wow. We are brought into a glimpse of orthodox Chassidic community in Tel Aviv. This film is beautifully shot and weaves a wonderful love. This is a love story in the mix of orthodox Jewish traditions. Rama Burshtein does a wonderful job of mixing the two and showing off both the love story and the traditions without feeling that one encompasses the other. I think if someone just takes a glance at this film would feel that these traditions are barbaric but I never felt that. I always knew and saw that Shira, the young woman trying to find her mister right, had a choice. She was never forced into anything. Burshtein shows the falling in love while the traditions are upholded. It’s very reminiscent of Jane Austen. It’s worth a watch.