Netflix's 'My Unorthodox Life' is an exposé that fails to explain some basic facts


Religion News Service 14 July, 2021 - 02:41pm 10 views

When is my unorthodox life coming to Netflix?

My Unorthodox Life is an American television miniseries announced by Netflix and set to premiere on July 14, 2021. The series centers on Julia Haart, a CEO of a modeling agency company and a former ultra-Orthodox Jew, as Haart and her family acculturate to their new non-religious lifestyle. wikipedia.orgMy Unorthodox Life

Are Julia and Silvio Haart Still Married? My Unorthodox Life Update

The Cinemaholic 15 July, 2021 - 05:48am

When Julia Haart, born Talia Leibov, elected to leave her orthodox society in Monsey, New York, in search of a better life, she never thought she would find a man and get married again. Yet, almost two years later, when she was operating her namesake shoe brand and starting to partner with La Perla, she met Italian media and tech entrepreneur Silvio Scaglia, and her entire viewpoint changed. Getting inspired by his confidence, enthusiasm, and work ethic, Julia worked harder, leading to enormous success in their relationship and her chosen profession.

Silvio calls Julia “my love,” and she refers to him as her soulmate. Thus, it’s evident that their involvement is not just out of ease or mutual benefit but one that is loaded with trust, respect, and affection. Whenever they’re inquired about their partner by friends, family, or journalists, they can only sing praises about the other’s tenacity, intelligence, and orientation. Their love seems boundless, especially as they’re each other’s support system through everything. Julia even orders herself to “channel your inner Silvio” whenever she gets too nervous.

With all that in mind, the best present Silvio ever gave Julia was when they got married, and he stated that he’d be taking his wife’s last name instead of it being the other way around. It would mark their freedom and stability within one another, he affirmed. Of course, like any relationship, Silvio and Julia have had their problems, particularly when their career comes in the way, but they have managed to make it work. Compromises and providing quality time when you can’t give quantity is the motto they appear to live by. The adorable couple’s marriage is everything to them.

Yes, they are! Julia and Silvio Scaglia Haart are still together and stronger than ever. Back in 2010, the latter had purchased Elite World Group, so his union with Julia eventually gave her a significant role in the firm, under her husband’s mother company, Freedom Holding. But this doesn’t diminish her own job and accomplishments in any way. As Julia said to Forbes, “People will say, ‘What’s the big deal? She just married a rich guy’…It’s ridiculous to say that a woman needs a man behind her to find success. I work hard. A woman can be independent and financially successful on her own.”

As for how we’re sure they’re still married, their social media platforms are proof enough. Although they don’t show off their relationship online often, their celebration posts for birthdays and anniversaries make their feelings apparent. Plus, even Julia’s children have shared a few snapshots that reveal they’ve recently spent some time together during family vacations. In one of his Instagram uploads, Silvio wrote for Julia, “You are a Force of Nature, and everyday I feel lucky to witness how special you are. I am in awe of you, my love.” Julia once penned, “You are my best friend, my hero, my inspiration, and my lover. I love you with all my heart and soul!”

© 2021 Cinemaholic Inc. All rights reserved. Powered by VIP.

Julia Haart's Kids Now: Where Are Shlomo and Miriam Haart Today? Update

The Cinemaholic 15 July, 2021 - 05:48am

Julia Haart’s eldest child is Batsheva Weinstein. She was simply a recently married 19-year-old girl when her mother chose to flee the community, so Batsheva not only started to question everything she’d learned but also felt abandoned, which led to a period where the duo didn’t have a relationship at all. She gradually came to terms with Julia’s desires, gained a new outlook on what it means to be modern and faithful, and is now a religious Jew without any personal restrictions on clothes, careers, or choices. Batsheva is happy and close to her mother today.

Due to a lack of secular education growing up, when Batsheva came into the real world, she had to experiment in different fields and try many new things to discover her passion and pursue it as a profession. Therefore, in her late 20s, she is a Fashion Institute of Technology graduate, a content creator, a lifestyle blogger, and a wife. The accessories designer is slowly establishing herself as a well-known influencer on Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube. Apart from all this, she’s also a social media freelancer and focuses on fashion and travel on her Sunnies & Sangria blog.

Shlomo Hendler did not seem to have as much of an issue with his mother cutting ties with Yeshivishe Heimishe as some of his other siblings, but he did find himself questioning some of the orthodox practices. Thus, Shlomo also left Monsey and slowly began to find a path to be a devout Jew while still being a part of modern society. The concepts of dating being reserved for marriage and women having constraints are a few things he found himself moving away from completely. In other words, Shlomo still keeps Shabbat and follows the rules, but he’s adapting as he discovers more.

From what we can tell, Shlomo is just starting to date and seems happy to be where he is in life today. He actually appears to be quite intelligent and ambitious, so his dream of becoming an accomplished lawyer in the State of New York might just come true sooner than later. After all, Shlomo did a summer program in the field of sociology and genetics at the University of Cambridge before enrolling at Columbia University in the City of New York for a Bachelor’s degree in political science and government. He graduated in early 2021 and is looking forward to the next chapter of his life.

Miriam Haart was just a teenager when Julia escaped her society, and it’s been implied in the documentary series that she played a crucial role in the matter. By inquiring about the “why” behind everything, something her mother had been doing internally for decades, Miriam helped her realize how life can be different and better for everyone. As a bisexual, outgoing, and confident individual, Miriam did not like that she couldn’t sing, dance, and “have fun” in her previous life, so the transition was the easiest for her. In fact, that’s why Miriam decided to change her surname to Haart legally.

After earning her high school diploma from Maayanot High School in 2016, Miriam studied coding and robotics from a few different institutions before enrolling at Stanford University. She’s set to obtain her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from there in 2022. Miriam is not only a Co-teacher in CS11: How to Make Virtual Reality at the prestigious establishment, but she’s also the Co-Founder and CPO of Eazitt, a shopping app launched in Africa. Her passion lies in women empowerment, cognitive science, and AI. She’s also partnered with Girl Up to run her first marathon this year.

Aron Hendler is Julia Haart’s youngest child and the one who continues to live in Monsey as she and her ex-husband share custody of the teen. He’s pretty conservative despite his family’s modern world views. However, as we’ve seen in the show, peer pressure affects Aron as well. There was a brief time when he believed that social media, television, and talking to girls were not completely okay. Yet, Aron now goes to a co-ed high school, has a public Instagram account, and admitted to his mother that he’d watch television under guidance. Aron is figuring out a balance in who he is, and considering his age, that’s only expected.

© 2021 Cinemaholic Inc. All rights reserved. Powered by VIP.

Entertainment Stories

Top Stores