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following an isreali woman as she tries to fight for a divorce in a system in which the woman has no power, the film packs an emotional but grim punch. there's not much hope for a happy resolution along any of the lines in this film. the emotions burst out of the screen at every turn from hopelessness to sadness. yet, the directors are able to infuse moments of humor to lift the film in certain places and enhance the critique of a legal system which is repressive and, sometimes, absurd.
on that level, the film is very engaging and engages with the extremes of both sides of the ideological split between the religious and the secular. in the end, though, it casts its dispersion to the legal systems that are in place. as a societal critique, it is wryly observant and ultimately very engaging.
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