Rated NR · 115 minutes · 2015

In Israel, there is no such thing as a civil marriage or a civil divorce and a rabbi is the only person who can truly end a marriage. But the rabbi can only end the marriage if they have full consent from both spouses. This film follows the attempted end of a marriage when the husband refuses to grant his wife a divorce. Intense, powerful and difficult to watch, GETT shows what women's rights being stripped away truly looks like.
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Director: Ronit Elkabetz and Shlomi Elkabetz
Producer: Efrat Bigger, Sandrine Brauer, RĂ©mi Burah, Denis Carot, Michael Eckelt, Shlomi Elkabetz and Marie Masmonteil
Cast: Ronit Elkabetz, Menashe Noy, Simon Abkarian, Gabi Amrani, Dalia Beger, Shmil Ben-Ari, Abraham Celektar and Rami Danon


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