The Kiddush Man

This short yet poignant film is set in a sunny Jerusalem synagogue over several Shabbat mornings. A bored young boy who is in the habit of sneaking out of the service to raid the Kiddush lunch buffet, is confronted by an older congregant who is responsible for setting up the lunch. The man always appears angry. Why? When the boy sneaks out once more, the “Kiddush Man”, for once, is not around. Where is he? As the boy goes searching for him, he discovers the reason for the anger and connects with the old man on a different and touching level. http://www.vjff.org/events/support/7/the-kiddush-man

Year:
2008
Length:
11 minutes
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Trailer

Shown at

  1. 15th Annual East Bay Jewish Film Festival - 2010
  2. 4th Jewish Film Festival Zagreb - 2010

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