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(Vimeo)   What's life like as the daughter of an Orthodox Rabbi? Documentary from the film school where I work. Bosses amazed at the nearly 40,000 plays in the three weeks since I posted it. Can we impress them with the power of Fark?   (vimeo.com ) divider line
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2012-11-02 02:07:46 PM  
I'm not sure I was equipped to make everything out of it that was in there, but I still found it intensely interesting.

Great job.
 
2012-11-02 02:31:13 PM  
I usually don't watch these types of films, but it reached out to me. I'm having a tough time coming up with the words.

It was an excellent film that spoke to my heart.
 
2012-11-02 03:32:13 PM  
Very interesting subby. I liked it.
 
2012-11-02 03:40:39 PM  
go to smallwood ny in the summer to mingle with those who think they are the chosen ones & see first hand how some of the rudest, most obnoxious people you will ever observe behave in public. you may want to do so at a distance as the odor is quite incredible. these are people that will go out of their way to put themselves in harms way, gladly cause you minor injury and/or insult and cause disturbance so they may play the victim card. it's interesting to observe the mentality.
 
2012-11-02 04:02:44 PM  

KrispyKritter: go to smallwood ny in the summer to mingle with those who think they are the chosen ones & see first hand how some of the rudest, most obnoxious people you will ever observe behave in public. you may want to do so at a distance as the odor is quite incredible. these are people that will go out of their way to put themselves in harms way, gladly cause you minor injury and/or insult and cause disturbance so they may play the victim card. it's interesting to observe the mentality.


Hi, troll. I don't think any of these people have been in NY lately.
 
2012-11-02 04:16:09 PM  
Subby, thank you.

/*looks at clock*
//You'll see this after Havdalah: שבוע טוב .
 
2012-11-02 04:17:50 PM  

KrispyKritter: see first hand how some of the rudest, most obnoxious people you will ever observe behave in public


Psst, those are ultra-Orthodox Jews, not Orthodox
 
2012-11-02 04:27:57 PM  
I found this quite interesting and very well done subby!

/notajew
 
2012-11-02 05:03:37 PM  

KrispyKritter: go to smallwood ny in the summer to mingle with those who think they are the chosen ones & see first hand how some of the rudest, most obnoxious people you will ever observe behave in public. you may want to do so at a distance as the odor is quite incredible. these are people that will go out of their way to put themselves in harms way, gladly cause you minor injury and/or insult and cause disturbance so they may play the victim card. it's interesting to observe the mentality.


This comment makes me feel very concerned that the Jews are losing control of the media.
 
2012-11-02 05:34:25 PM  
It was certainly interesting, but it didn't answer the most pressing question that I have:

"What does an Orthodox rabbi's daughter look like with her top off?"
 
2012-11-02 06:30:38 PM  

Prevailing Wind: I found this quite interesting and very well done subby!

/notajew


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2012-11-02 10:26:59 PM  
Non-Jew, former Christian and current agnostic here.

Interesting to see that, regardless of the circumstances, some issues between parents and children are almost universal.
 
2012-11-02 10:35:48 PM  
The love of the daughters for their fathers and the fathers for their daughters was captured well.
All these women are strong, beautiful, genuine, complete people, unlike the shallow characters we are exposed to in this "reality TV" age as well as many times in real life.
This is a longer video than i would normally watch, but once i started, i just had to watch it to the end as this video is so very well done. 
Thank you for sharing!
 
2012-11-02 11:22:35 PM  
That was way more interesting than I initially thought it would be. At first I was going to just watch a minute or two so I could make a joke saying "Rabbi's Daughter? I thought it was going to be a porno!" But then it captivated me and I ended up watching the whole thing. I wish I understood Yiddish because I'm sure that it is even more interesting without reading the subtitles.

Very well done, although I wish there was a little more of the film-maker's personal story in there.
 
2012-11-03 12:03:11 AM  
I LOVE documentaries like this!

Thank you for sharing that was very well done!

+10
 
2012-11-03 10:07:00 AM  
Great documentary. Well done.
 
2012-11-03 10:18:28 AM  
Echoing the other comments. I clicked expecting to just watch a few minutes and ended up watching the whole thing. Going to send it to my cousin, who's a (Reform) Rabbi with a pair of daughters.....
 
2012-11-03 08:00:12 PM  
I also watched the porno of the same name. This one had better acting.
 
2012-11-04 09:40:58 AM  

douchebag/hater: Non-Jew, former Christian and current agnostic here.

Interesting to see that, regardless of the circumstances, some issues between parents and children are almost universal.


A concept that can be expanded to include other things too. That was a spot on observation.
 
2012-11-05 03:31:46 PM  
These women all seem a lot better adjusted than christian ministers' daughters.
 
2012-11-05 09:22:07 PM  

wambu: I also watched the porno of the same name. This one had better acting.


This comment is so perfectly Fark. Absolutely magnificent.
 
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