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Religion, Sex, and Civil Disobedience

Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams

For the quiet—but intense—Disobedience (out April 27), Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams had to tread respectfully in the shoes of lovers hiding in a conservative Orthodox Jewish community.

SPIRITUAL IDENTITY AND sexual freedom are at odds in Disobedience, Sebastián Lelio’s emotionally wrought tale of forbidden love centered on a pair of women from an Orthodox Jewish community who fall

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