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My Father, My Lord (Hofshat Kaits)

Dir. David Volach. Is. 2006. 72mins. Even the top drama award at Tribeca can't make My Father, My Lord, David Volach's debut feature, into a crowd pleaser - but then again, it was never meant to. An intimate chamber piece, requiring its audience to interpret the apparently banal images into the intense drama that they refuse to initially reveal, this is the kind of picture that could easily go unnoticed.

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