The Wedding Plan (review)

The Wedding Plan (review)
The Wedding Plan (review)
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A strong-willed woman in her 30s decides she must get married, so she sets a date and rents a venue. She’s an Orthodox Jew and firmly believes that God will provide the right man before the big day. Although the direction has a bright tone, it isn’t really a comedy, but an interesting narrative that offers insight into the traditions of her country and her faith. It’s full of quiet discussions with the potential candidates about her attributes and her confidence. Noa Koler’s performance helps to keep the story interesting. It’s not especially energetic, but there’s a compelling quality about the character and her convictions that makes it gently appealing. (Hebrew with subtitles, Criterion Cinemas only)

 

3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)

 

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