It's an Israeli movie about an (ultra?) Orthodox couple in Jerusalem who are about to celebrate Succoth (the Festival of Tabernacles).
I first read rave reviews about it in the Jewish press some time ago.
So when I happened to see it at my friendly neigbourhood Blockbuster last weekend, I thought "Why not?" .
My wife and I watched it and, as a Christian, I recommend it (without giving away the plot) for the following reasons.
This is a film where :
God is real
Prayer is real
Righteousness is real
Life is real and
The people are real
I also loved the relationship between the husband and the wife which is really central to the plot.
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