"PRESS #93 for KOSHER JEWISH GIRLS IN KRAKOW" played from January 17 thru April 18, 2010.
"Press #93" asks fundamental questions not only about the use of technology to monitor and control human behavior, but also about the nature of truth in
an electronic age. It is extremely timely; in just the last month, posters have gone up in ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods in Israel prodding residents to inform on yeshiva students who maintain Internet connections from their apartments. (Some of these posters claim that using the Internet causes cancer!)
Ted Merwin, The Jewish Week
"Tuvia Tenenbom's futuristic comedy probes the dread results of the 'kosher cell phone,' which will someday prevent the faithful from having a single forbidden thought--a scary idea, since God always gets reception."
TimeOut New York
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