Synopsis by Mark Deming
Four Jewish siblings find their personal and spiritual lives intersecting in this independent drama. David is a conservative Jew who has been dating a Catholic girl; however, when he discovers she's pregnant with his child, he's upset to learn she wants to raise the child in her own faith. Michael is a self-described "unaffiliated Jew" who has sworn off dating Jewish women, until he finds himself falling in love with his friend Fionna. Valerie is a reformed Jew who is terrified of marriage and has trouble opening up to her boyfriend. And Rebecca is an orthodox Jew who has a shameful secret -- she's having an affair with a rabbi. Bridges and Tunnels was the first feature from writer/producer/director Jonathon Marc Lipp.