Through the Admor of Sanz-Klausenburg's heroic story, a man who experienced personal desolation and succeeded in rehabilitating his and his community's life, the film exposed the Holocaust stories as they're told in the ultra-orthodox community. It present the complex relations between the ultra-orthodox Jews and the memory of the Holocaust and the ways they experience the revival and the spiritual victory over the Nazis and pass it on to the next generations while dealing with the biggest question of all – where was god during the Holocaust?
Omri Takoa, Sasha Gavrikov
Produced with the help of:
Gesher Multicultural Film Fund, Makor Foundation, The AVI CHAI Foundation
Beyond Creative LTD