Sebastian Lelio is a Chilean director for Gloria and A Fantastic Woman, whose screenplay did not include a Silver Poodle, and one of the opponents of the film of Ildikó Enyedi for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, caught a 2006 novel Disobedience and crowned her first English language film.
The novel was written by Naomi Alderman, the story centered on a rabbi’s daughter (Rachel Weisz) who returns home to his parents in London orthodox Jews in Hendon, because his father died and had any bad relations, just to go home this time – even if it was cut off from the community by “getting drunk” at the time, like killing a cat. Of course, she is a teenager with her teenage girlfriend (Rachel McAdams), who has gone to her cousin (Alessandro Nivola) and does not like fai and drama.
The film was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival last year , and the audience and the profession liked it, but it did. It will be open to the general public on April 27th, at home, probably only at festivals and possibly at art galleries (if at all)