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Mayim Bialik narrates for chained women

by Lauren Bottner

November 30, 2011 | 12:17 pm

Mayim Bialik narrates a film about 5 agunot, “chained women who are unable, according to Jewish law, to remarry until they receive a get.” reported the Jewish Week.

The film tells the story of these 5 American women, four of whom eventually get a get.

The documentary will be showed at the Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival on Dec. 14, and as Bialik posted on facebook, “It’s very interesting (i think).”

For past coverage on Bialik, visit the Jewish Journal:
Religion blossoms for Bialik
A Green Jew Mama: Q&A with Mayim Bialik
‘Big Bang Theory’ Actress Lives at Intersection of Science, Religion

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