The various plot threads ultimately resolve themselves with a kind of Shakespearean simultaneity, and the audience by which I mean me, and the critics I've read goes away impressed that Avi Nesher has done it again. The year is and Yaakov Cohen, the owner of a Jerusalem printing press, is tired from being pushed around. Reuben's 60 kidney's are failing Two rebellious young women - one fleeing the chaos of secular hedonism for the disciplined comforts of faith; the other desperate to transcend her oppressive religious cross paths unexpectedly in Jerusalem, to startling consequences. The incidental music, although a little heavy on the sentimental violins, is much better. Shahar Elkayam Avigail Harari
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