Human-Interest Documentaries • 43m
Israeli musician Felix Mizrahi takes us to his native Cairo in search of recordings by his brother, Faraq Ibrahim, a famous violinist who died tragically when Felix was a boy. During Felix's childhood, there were 200,000 Jews in Cairo; today the remaining families are counted on the fingers of one hand.
This program may contain strong language, nudity, and/or violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
Languages: Hebrew & Arabic, English subtitles
Director: Duki Dror
Producer: Zygote Films
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