TV Movie | PG-13 | | Drama, Romance
Grieving over the untimely loss of his family and in a dissociative state, an aimlessly-wandering Jewish man is rescued by another family who help him find his way back to happiness again.
If you listen carefully, you can still hear traces of David Julian Hirsh's Quebecois accent.
One job feeds my heart, the other feeds my belly.
The beginning of the scene opens with choir rehearsals, and Nina ask the pastor to leave because her ex husband is dropping her son off. (Crazy since her Uncle Moe is already home, and she lives right next door to the church).Nina is talking to her ex husband Mike, after dropping off her son, Asher.You can clearly see her black belt on her blouse. As she walks up the steps of her home, it disappeared.