Human-Interest Documentaries • 1h 10m
Can you be a Catholic priest and an Observant Jew at the same time? Twelve years after he was ordained as a Polish Catholic priest comes the discovery that he was born to Jewish parents. The film follows his amazing journey: from conducting mass in a church in Poland, to life as an observant Jew in a religious kibbutz in Israel. Torn between two identities, he is unable to renounce either, and consequently, he is unaccepted by both religions, as well as the State of Israel. Now, he is required to choose.
Language: Polish, Hebrew, French & English, English subtitles
Director: Ronit Kertsner
Producers: Ronit Kertsner, Noga Communications, Makor Fund
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