Nothing's Impossible. The story of an advanced Jewish girl named Yentl who used to study the Torah (the Jewish bible) when no woman could do it. After losing her father she decides to go to a Yeshiva the Jewish school for priests. The big problem is that only boys are allowed to study there. Therefore Yentl decides to undercover herself as as a boy. Everything is fine until she falls in love with a study friend. Babra's magnum opus was nominated for a plethora of Academy
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A study of Jewish life in Eastern Europe earlier this century. Yentl realises she must become a boy to receive an education, without considering the emotional impact of such a step.
Set in Eastern Europe at the beginning of the last century, Barbra Streisand produces, directs and stars in this story of Yentl (Streisand), a young Jewish girl who wishes to study the Torah. This knowledge is forbidden to women under Jewish law, so she leaves home and disguises herself as a boy, in order to study at a yeshiva. She befriends a fellow student called Avigdor (Mandy Patinkin), who remains unaware that Yentl is a girl. Trouble arises when Avigdor breaks off his engagement to Hadass (Amy Irving) and asks Yentl to take his place. The film won an Academy Award for Best Song Score.