My Father, My Lord (“Hufshat Kaitz”)

An intimate and deeply disturbing story of the conflict between a father’s love and his deep devotion to religion. A respected Orthodox Rabbi dotes on his only son but his religious strictures leave an emotional gap between the impish child and the stern father. A dramatic retelling of the story or Abraham & Isaac with a devastating “twist”.





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by David Volach. ( Israel 2007, 74 min.)

• Best Feature Award at TriBeCa Film Festival 2007.