The New York Times can’t get enough of “Fill the Void,” the no-longer-new film by haredi Orthodox director Rama Burshtein.
The paper has run nearly half a dozen stories featuring the film; the latest piece, by A.O. Scott, appeared Friday. So if you get that deja-vu feeling when you thumb through the paper, it’s not just because the Israelis and Palestinians haven’t changed their tune in years.
Here is a sampling of Times headlines on “Fill the Void” stories:
“Filmmakers Who Are Ultra-Orthodox and Ultracommitted” – Oct. 18, 2012
“An Unconventional Look at Orthodoxy” – May 3, 2013
“For a Hasidic Woman, Weighing the Personal Against Larger Duties” – May 23, 2013
You can also read JTA’s piece on the movie that Josh Tapper wrote last September — but, alas, it’s all we’ve got.