Critic Reviews for Tahara
Most appealing was how perfectly the dialogue, pacing, and fantasy animations inclusively capture post bar/bat mitzvah adolescents, including manipulative Mean Girls.
Unfurling compellingly more or less in real time, director Olivia Peace and screenwriter Jess Zeidman-both making impressive feature debuts-establish an acerbic, The Breakfast Club type atmosphere
Tahara perfectly captures the mood of the place and the juxtaposition of its efforts to spread wisdom and awareness with the chaotic lives of its young attendees.
It's a unique debut, and with poignancy shows the importance of growing into ourselves and out of toxic relationships.
Carrie and Hannah are not bad kids, but, like a lot of teenagers, they're governed more by their hormones than by Judaic law.
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