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Last summer, I experienced this pressure first-hand.A prominent rabbi argued to me that too few students were getting married in college.“We like to think of ‘Soon by You’ as a show with characters who happen to be Jewish instead of as a Jewish show,” she says, pointing out that the show has been likened to a kosher version of “Friends.” “I think almost everyone can relate to some of the awkward moments the characters on the show experience in dating.
Photo by Judah S Harris Jessica Schechter, who plays another of the friends and also one of the producers, notes that broadcasting a show online makes it easier to build an audience without geographic boundaries.
She points to one email they received from Germany: “I just stumbled upon your series, and it’s made my day!
Leah Gottfried is hilarious as fashionista Sarah, but in addition to being a star of the series, she is also creator, director, co-writer, and co-producer of the series, through her production company, Dignity Entertainment.
The show may be focusing on the dating habits of a small niche population, but Gottfried is aiming at a much larger non-Jewish audience.
The premier episode captured “Best Short” award at the Washington Jewish Film Festival 2016, was an official selection of the L. Jewish Film Festival, and won several other indie film awards.
Gottfried hopes that over the course of the season, “Soon by You” will win a large enough viewing audience to get picked up by a network or online media platform such as Hulu, Netflix or Amazon.
It is time for the Orthodox leadership to realize that.
One of the major problems with my rabbi's brand of marriage promotion is that his advice is often impractical and can lead to serious feelings of guilt and social insecurity.
The article detailed a young woman's experience dating in the Modern Orthodox world and her struggle juggling both the pressure to get married and her desire to succeed in school.
She wrote, "Whether or not you agree with system, the system remains the same." The "system" to which this woman referred is the Orthodox Jewish world of dating and all of the pressure it exerts on those attempting to navigate through it.