In this delightful film, an Orthodox Jew and Muslim become friends. They both share experiences and bond over their arranged marriage experiences, which--surprisingly--are not too different. Both girls are school teachers in New York City and learn how to be inclusive in their religious lives. There is much comedy included in the film. Most of the laughs come from the suitors. The girls meet / go on dates with potential matches. Some are significantly older than them, some are narcissistic, some can barely talk, some are very shy, and so forth. What's great is that this film highlights the experience of an arranged marriage while being unbiased. The women have a choice in who they marry (no one is forced), and they do become happy with the outcome. The film is very well done and a classsic.