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A Jewish doctor lives a carefree life in Trieste, Italy, until he intervenes to help the victim of a car accident and ends up getting enmeshed with the surviving members of a neo-Nazi family. This gripping morality tale poses profound questions about racial hatred, xenophobia, and the paradoxes of the human soul.  With a masterful use of the camera to provoke and reveal, Italian director Mauro Mancini blurs the line between saving and losing lives while underlining his potent message that the choices we make forever define us.

Presented by Faith Goldstein and Jesse Cunitz | TEMPLE BETH SHALOM | Martha Blaxall & Joe Dickey | Susan & Greg Walker | Lucy Spiegel & Phil Scrivener | Carol and David Stern

  • Year
  • Runtime
    96 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    Italy, Poland
  • Director
    Mauro Mancini
  • Screenwriter
    Mauro Mancini, Davide Lisino
  • Producer
    Mario Mazzarotto
  • Cast
    Alessandro Gassmann, Sara Serraiocco, Luka Zunic, Lorenzo Buonora, Lorenzo Acquaviva, Gabriele Sangrigoli, Paolo Giovannucci, Cosimo Fusco
  • Cinematographer
    Mike Stern Sterzynski
  • Editor
    Paola Freddi
  • Production Design
    Carlo Aloisio
  • Composer
    Aldo De Scalzi, Pivio