We’re proud to present an exclusive clip from The Wedding Plan, the second feature film by Israeli-American Ultra-Orthodox director Rama Burshtein (Fill the Void). The film centers on Michal, a 32-year-old soon-to-be bride who’s blindsided by her fiancé’s decision to call off their wedding just one month prior to the event. But Michal decides to make plans for a wedding anyway—she books a venue, sends out wedding invitations, and buys a dress—because she believes Mr. Right will emerge before the big day. In the clip below, Michael interacts on a blind date.

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