Bruriah
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A modern day Jewish woman embarks on a quest for a controversial book written by her father on the subject of Bruriah in director Avraham Kushnir's mystery-infused drama. The intelligent and strong willed wife of a 2nd Century rabbi, Bruriah rallied against the prevailing belief that "women are light minded." In order to prove that the statement was true, Bruriah's husband Rabbi Meir assigned one of his students the task of seducing his wife. Later, after falling for the ruse and discovering it had all been arranged by her husband, Bruriah became consumed by shame, and took… More
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"A sleepy, half-considered meditation on girl power that arrives four decades late to the sisterhood of feminist cinema."
‑ Phil Hall, Film Threat
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