In a basement shop in Boro Park, Brooklyn, Sima Goldner sells underwear to the neighborhood's Jewish women. Lovely and lacy, modest and plain, no matter what they choose, Sima fits them perfectly and makes them feel beautiful. But she’s sad, despite the warmth she radiates to her customers: her marriage makes her feel lonely, and she still mourns for the children she couldn't have. Things begin to change just a bit for Sima, though, when a young, gorgeous and friendly Israeli woman comes into her shop.
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