Robbie Little negotiated the deal with Ronna Wallace, who is retaining domestic rights.
David Silber produced the story of two Jewish actresses who form an intense bond while studying at a repressive seminary in the Israeli town of Safed, Israel, the birthplace of Kabala.
Ania Bukstein and Michal Shtamler star alongside Fanny Ardant, who
plays a mysterious woman in exile after committing a crime of passion.
Sharon Harel served as executive producer in her first project since she sold Capitol Films to David Bergstein and Ronald N Tutor in 2006.