From the very first frames of Holy Rollers, star Jesse Eisenberg looks worried. As well he should be -- from Roger Dodger to Zombieland, anxiety has more often than not been the foundation for his performances, and it's from there that he tends to exude the naivete or courage or what-have-you that defines each role. In this case, he runs the gamut as twenty-year-old Hasidic Jew Samuel Gold.

For starters, Sam has every right to be anxious. His family wants to see him become a rabbi, maybe marry a nice local girl, even if their humble stature doesn't make him the most inviting prospect, and his father (Mark Ivanir) is too proud to let his son help out by working for someone else instead of with him in his Brooklyn textiles shop. Enter Yosef (Justin Bartha), the bad boy next door and big brother to best friend Leon (Jason Fuchs). Yosef wants Sam and Leon to travel to Europe with him -- after all, that's where the family's from -- and transport some medicine back -- you know, for rich people. Besides, it's not like anybody's about to check a Hasidic passenger's luggage...