"It must be so hard to go from your world to ours..." says the cute secular motorist to the ultra-orthodox hitchhiker she just picked up. And that pretty much sets the tone for Avishai Sivan's trancelike pastiche of Haneke and Lynch exploring one fundamentalist Jewish man's crisis of faith. Presented in stark B&W and shot through with religious allegory and shocking visuals this is one of the most controversial and powerful films to emerge from Israel in years.
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