La Petite Jérusalem

2005, Drama, 1h 36m

27 Reviews 5,000+ Ratings

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Little Jerusalem struggles to balance its weightier themes against the character study at its core, but it's elevated by strong performances from its two talented leads. Read critic reviews

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Laura (Fanny Valette), a young philosophy student, lives with her immigrant family in a Jewish enclave in Paris, and is beginning to question the strict dictates of her religion. She feels bad for her sister Mathilde (Elsa Zylberstein), who is married to a philanderer and believes Judaism compels her to stay with him. When Laura meets an attractive Muslim named Djamel (Hedi Tillette de Clermont-Tonnerre), her sexual desire erodes her commitment to her faith even more.

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