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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Gemma and Jack travel to Israel. For a week they must live under the strict rules of the Schechet family. The Orthodox Jewish Schechets and their children live in a gated community near Jerusalem, where every resident follows the strict religious codes. The Schechets expect the teens to follow the rules of modest dress for girls and no long hair or make up for boys, rules that they soon struggle with.
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