After tragedy, the absurd!
Having overcome deep pain, despair, and darkness, Job leaps out from his old state of astonishment to the shores of a completely new beginning and dual restoration.
From his rise, three women come to forefront to lead this fictional story. Each one of them emanates the essence of Job’s personal experiences – peace, grace, and beauty.
Jemima faces old enemies of Job, and through them understands immemorial precepts, contemplates new horizons, and guides her father into new alliances.
The sensitive and wise Keziah embarks on a journey alongside her beloved, spreading the fragrance and fruits of her story along the way.
Keren-happuch, always beautiful and vain, goes into an adventure that awakens her to a new level of spirituality that not even the Almighty had been able to make her see.
Through endurance, each of them discovers the meaning of what the old prophet declared and echoes through time – “My ears have heard of You, but now my eyes have seen You.”