For this week's Screen Time, Stephanie discusses "Fill the Void," a 2012 Israeli film about an ultra-Orthodox family in mourning after the death of their eldest daughter. The film gives a glimpse into how faith, tradition and ethics guide the decisions of a group that appears impenetrable to outsiders. It's a beautifully shot, engrossing family drama, Stephanie says.
What are your favorite films that not enough people have seen?
Clip from "Fill the Void:"
Clip from "Take Shelter:"