Amir quits his job as a teacher, finds a new one as Reut's secretary and finally receives a lifelong tuition to study in a Yeshiva.
Hodaya, trying to lead a secular lifestyle, works in a pub and meets Assaf, another formerly religious man, with whom she loses her virginity.
She breaks with him after discovering that he began practicing again. Roi has turned ultra-orthodox and has an arranged marriage.
Nati falls in love with Tehila but cannot convince her to see him for she vowed to remain single until Azaria finds a new partner.
Nati encourages Reut to date Azaria, who begins to exploit her for her money.
Tired of Jerusalem, Yifat moves to a quiet settlement.
Amir begins visiting Yifat, and the two become close friends. The two come to blows, but eventually they reconcile. After meeting up with her niece, who was evicted from Gaza and who consequently lost her faith, Hodaya resolves to disaffiliate.Though rejecting the notion of a woman chanting at first, he soon becomes enamored with her.When he cannot control himself and kisses Reut, he immediately proposes marriage.Unsure, she decides to keep dating him and sees another man simultaneously.Hodaya profanes the Sabbath for the first time in her life and then lets Avri drive her to the beach, where she tells him the truth. Although intending to consummate her relationship with Avri, Hodaya flinches at the last moment, and she decides to end their romance, stating that the differences between them are too great.Reut refuses to give up on him and continues to date him, however Roi eventually ends things.