See it if Excellent realistic story of a caretaker & her psychotic patient. She needs him & loves him but it is so hard. Sacrifice has limits.
Don't see it if Lots of sexual content, male rape, insensitive religious people. Difficult, disturbing scenes with mental illness.
See it if you want an honest look at both Hasidic culture and mental illness, brilliantly portrayed by Yoni Bronstein with good cast support.
Don't see it if the portrayal of serious mental illness, including sexual activity and loud eruptions would be a trigger for you.
"Stunned by a performance which would have knocked your socks off if you were wearing any...The five-character play...tells the story of an unlikely connection that develops between a middle aged non-religious Jewish woman and a young Hasidic man struggling with schizophrenia...Henderson did an excellent job of making an unusual situation come believably alive. Coleman has written an interesting and moving first play and she was touching as Lenora.”