Detective Emily Eden is a tough New York City cop forced to go undercover to solve a puzzling murder. Her search for the truth takes her into a secret world of unwritten law and unspoken power, a world where the only way out is deeper in! Written by
In a world of unseen danger and unspoken passion, lies a mystery one woman is determined to solve.
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This movie was used as the primary example of filmmaking on-set in Sidney Lumet
's book "Making Movies" as he was shooting it at the time of writing. See more
The shot of the newsstand shows the Israeli newspaper "Ma'ariv". The movie takes place in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, home mainly to Chassidim of the Satmar dynasty who have been extremely anti-Zionist since the mid 20th century and probably not customers of "Zionist entity" publications. Also, the English-Jewish paper "The Jewish Press" is on display. Since Yiddish is the first language of most Williamsburg chassidim the main papers on display should be in the Yiddish language; Der Yid and/or Der Blatt are the preferred reads. See more
It's in the Kabbalah. Women understand the world better than men do. And that is why they weep more often.
Referenced in Clerks.