DOCUMENTARY FILMS • 57m
An Orthodox teacher and wigmaker embark on a journey to fulfill their dreams of making movies within their closed society. Like other Orthodox women who have made films for female audiences, they feel a need to express themselves despite rabbinical censorship.
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Efrat Shalom Danon
Producer: Yifat Prestelnik Films
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