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Unorthodox is Netflix original that tells the story of Esty, a woman who runs away from her arranged marriage and Hasidic Jewish community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to Berlin and a new life.
In this essay British writer Sophie Wilkinson discusses how the show depicts trauma, both inherent and sustained.
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What Unorthodox Teaches Us About Trauma | Netflix
A Hasidic Jewish woman in Brooklyn flees to Berlin from an arranged marriage and is taken in by a group of musicians — until her past comes calling.