Sara said: 'At first glance we might appear a little ditzy but we are fighters, we are tough lawyers and we get the job done.'Mindy added: 'I always loved Barbie, the glitz and the glamour and the sparkles and the jazz - so we decided to bring that to the courtroom.'The duo have represented defendants accused of murders, rapes and even alleged members of Colombian cartels.Mindy, who grew up in Brooklyn, said: 'We won't take on any client that is unethical or asks us to do things that are illegal.
Sara is the daughter of a rabbi and grew up on the Upper East Side of New York.She said: 'Both of us come from ultra-Orthodox Jewish homes and it was expected that an Orthodox Jewish woman gets married at 18 and they have children, seven, eight, nine, ten children - however many God will give.'I was in an arranged marriage at 18 and that didn't work out.So then I went to law school.'I was already practicing when Legally Blonde came out and I think that they copied me with the pink resume.'I used to have pink, scented business cards and I used to throw them into the cells.This life of Lustiger is good filmmaking in general, and in particular, showcases how you make a film about an interesting Church figure with realism, honesty, passion and transparency, and without boring deference, doctrinairiness, plasticity and sanctimony.The dialogue is on fire (as was Lustiger, it seems)!