To Each, Her Own

Synopsis: Simone plans to inform her conservative Jewish family that she's a lesbian, but as she proceeds with coming out she finds herself attracted to a man.
Genre: Comedy
95 min


And here you are!

With his new cut!

You do not come with us?

We arrive.

Happy birthday

Happy birthday

Happy birthday

Claire and Simone

Happy birthday

I'm proud of you, little sister!

We love you !

Who blows the candles for your

three years of relationship?

- Go, you!

- Me ?


If I blow all three at once,

I'm coming out.

Must stop it, otherwise

it will be dry.

You do not eat kosher,

so give no advice!

You know, for the wedding...

Close the oven, the heat escapes!

- I want to come accompanied.

- Beware of porcelain!

It's Svres porcelain!

Yes I know.

Grandpa Albert gave it to your

mother on the day of their wedding.

Your grandma was not spoiled at your age.

It's 8 pm, we've been

waiting for an hour!

Good, hurry up!

No, we do not wait!

It annoys me, your brother!

We do not expect them!

There is something missing. Taste, my daughter.

Have you forgotten cumin?

If it's to criticize, it's useless to come.

I come to please you.

Me, the Jewish holidays...

Even without practicing, you're Jewish.

During the war, they did not check.

Stop with the terfes, you

will eat everything! Stop!

- It's better.

- We do not eat everything.

We just ate a little bit.

It's for mice.

They are in your head.

Yes, I blabber.

You do not want to practice, okay.

But except for mother, the

whole family was deported.

They ate sausage.

It never stopped being deported.

Quit to die, practice

and know why you die!

No !

Left to die, not to deprive

and have fun.

Hm hm.

See you next week, Ms. Nolle.

Thank you, Maryse.

Happy New Year. Hag Sameah.

Hag Sameah.

Mom, shut up, it's cold!

I dare a little, you understand.

It's Maryse...

Stop, it's racist!

It's not racist.

I love Maryse, that's not it.

And you, when you were little,

you felt the wet dog.


He never told you, your boyfriend?

Since just now, you

do not let me talk!

What? He is married ? He is Arab?

And if so, what would you do?

We can not tell you anything!

Mame, what are we doing?

I do not know. Decide, for once.

It's always the same !

Tired of the darling son who is late!

We have only to start without them.

Mame, call, please.

No. If I call, I'll get excited!

No, it's your son, dad, not mine.

So where are you?

On the periphery? Oh ok.


They are behind a garbage truck.

On the periphery?

Me, I'm sick of parties like this!

I break my head and

everyone does not care!

I never do anything good.

I'm bad!

I should die.

You would be rid of it.

- Hi, it's us!

- Hello !

Come on, darling.

Sorry, we took a long time.

It was stuffy.

Shana tova.

Hello. Shana tova.

Shana tova, daddy!

Shana tova.

It's okay ?

- We have good news to announce.

- Yeah.

We found the castle for the wedding.

Ah, Mazel tov!

You come accompanied?

Yes. I already told you yes.

- Who ?

- Well, there you go,

you met someone and you say nothing!

I will come with Claire.

- Who is Claire?

- That's his roommate.

Yes, but it's my...

It's also my...

This is my...

It's my best friend.

I'm organizing something on my

site with a guy whenever you want.

I only have great fights

with beautiful situations,

no guys who just

sign up to flirt.

I have Moroccan, Tunisian,

Ashkenazi fires.

I even have Chinese people.

You will not be alone all your life.

Leave her, she has time.


At your age, I already had two sons!

- No one asks me who I come with.

- Do not try again!

With Kvin, we are pacss,

and it can not come!

Homosexuality is a disease.

It's forbidden by the Torah!

You never met him!

Stop annoying your father.

We do not want the family to know!

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