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In Israel, Making Films Without Mixing The Sexes
"Men and women may never be shown together on screen; plotlines considered subversive or counter to Haredi beliefs are forbidden; and when the credits roll, the audience must have a lesson or moral to take home. The rules also mean that audiences are strictly segregated by sex." The New York Times 10/21/12
Posted October 21, 2012 08:36 AM

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