Mia Garfield writes books, poems, short stories, and directs films. Her day job is working as a runner in Film and Television. She is also a regular contributor to the film criticism outlet ‘Screen Queens’. For her, understanding cinema is just as important as making it.
Directed by novelist and filmmaker Amanda Sthers, it is refreshing to see a film about a Jewish family that is not a comedy or about super orthodox characters, especially one as elegant and tender this film.