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  • Written By: Dikla Barkai, Jonathan Aroch
  • Distributed By: Go2Films
  • Language: Hebrew

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Srugim - Season 1, Ep. 15

JewishNarrative | 2008 | 39 min.
Directed by: Eliezer Shapiro

Srugim takes as its starting point the generation of Modern Orthodox Jews who are simultaneously extremely observant and also, genuinely, contemporary. (The title means knitted, and refers to the stitching of a style of yarmulke, as well the characters’ full integration into Israeli society). It begins with its characters going on a familiar series of bad dates—the blind date, the speed date, the date that devolves into a fight about salaries—clichés that, as with everything about Srugim, are lightly reinvigorated by religion. The closet case, sleeping with an ex, losing one’s virginity, trying to advance one’s career, weekly dinners with friends: Srugim puts all of these recognizable beats in a new cultural context. It is comfort food you’ve never tasted before. Eat up.

Season One comes to a close when Reut makes some serious changes in her life to regroup; Amir pursues Yifat seriously but might have made a mistake along the way; Hodaya swears to become "unreligious"; and Nati opens his eyes to an overdue realization.

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