Movie Review: ‘Disobedience’

When we meet Ronit (Rachel Weisz), she’s making a living as a portrait photographer in New York City. Though she beautifully captures others’ true selves on film, she seemingly hasn’t examined her own life in years.

That all changes when she receives a phone call informing her that her father has died. In a daze, she travels home to north London to face the exceedingly stringent Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her – a community in which her father was the rabbi. She has been gone so long, many don’t know (or refuse to acknowledge) that she exists.

Original article: http://screenpicks.com/2018/04/movie-review-disobedience/

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