Human-Interest Documentaries • 52m
Rachel, an ultra-orthodox young woman, entered an arranged marriage ready to be a kosher woman doing the will of her husband. After her marriage fails and she gets divorced, she asks permission to remove her wig — an unusual move in the ultra-orthodox society. Facing the opposition from her parents and society, she starts to question the religion’s attitude toward woman and her own body and mind.
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Rachel Elitzur
Producer: Avigail Sperber
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