A drama, set in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, about identity, belonging and romance.
The central character, Yair (Vitali Freedland), a 22-year-old new Russian immigrant, yearns for acceptance as an Israeli. Such is his desire to fit in that he disconnects himself from his father and his circle of Russian secular friends, finds a modern Orthodox girlfriend and joins a religious/nationalist youth movement, Bnei Akiva.
But on the eve of his wedding to Dafna (Daniela Wirzer), his world is upended and his new life is jeopardized. Rummaging through a package sent by his aunt, Yair, known in Russian as Sasha, discovers a crucifix. His father assures him that his late mother was thoroughly Jewish, but admits that his maternal grandmother was a Christian.
For Yair, who has adopted Orthodoxy and is engaged to be married to an Orthodox woman, the revelation is troubling, to say the least.