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Review: '93Queen' offers an insider's view of women's lives in a self-contained Hasidic community

Whatever their manifold differences may be, ultra-orthodox Muslims and ultra-orthodox Jews do share a zealous determination to keep women away from motorized vehicles.

While Saudi Arabia until quite recently kept women from driving at all, a similar dynamic played out in the Hasidic enclave of Borough Park, Brooklyn, as revealed in the intimate, engaging documentary "93Queen."

As shot, directed and co-produced by Paula Eiselt, this heartening, unexpected story shows

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