Mark Slutsky's new short film Sorry, Rabbi will soon premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and the stills featured on ScreenAnarchy a couple weeks back have now been followed by a poster - courtesy of artist Matt Forsythe - and a trailer, embedded below.
Sorry, Rabbi is a Montreal-set comedy about the cultural clash that
comes to the fore when young Mile-Ender Josh (Jacob Tierney) butts heads
with a group of Hasids living next door. Surrounded by angry Hasidic
men, Josh is astonished to find himself accused of anti-Semitic
violence. He's Jewish himself, if non-practicing - what would his mother
think? With a bleeding Hasid, an exasperated Rabbi and Josh's newly
broken heart jostling for space in a crowded office, who's telling the
Though the film itself is actually a fairly lighthearted poke at truth and perspective Slutsky has cut a hilariously serious trailer for the film. Take a look. Jessica Pare and Jacob Tierney star.
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