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A young woman trusts that God will provide her with a groom in the new Israeli film, ‘The Wedding Plan’

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Posted: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 7:24 am

A 30-something woman is dumped by her fiancé, but she forges ahead with her wedding plans convinced that a groom will show up on the big day. Take two cups of water, add Jennifer Aniston, stir and you have the latest American romantic comedy for the big screen.

Well, it would be if “The Wedding Plan” had been directed by anyone other than American-Israeli writer and director Rama Burshtein. Unlike the average American rom-com, “The Wedding Plan” wades into the deeper waters of an unshakable faith in God.

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