Menashe Lustig and Ruben Niborski as father and son in the film. Alex Lipschultz: ' The starting point of this film was that Josh wanted to make a portrait of the Hasidic community that felt really intimate and immediate and in some ways warm rather than more distant and critical and aloof which has really been the MO of most films about this community'
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