Alan Goldman is a man on a mission. He is disconnected Jew, who becomes a new father only to learn to learn that that his new son is not technically a Jew. If Alan could just figure out what relevance Judaism has in his own life, he’d be able to help his son find his place in the Jewish world. This film documents a journey that brings Goldman face to face with a variety of eclectic Jews who have reconnected to their faith. The Journey is as important as the answers he seeks; and along the way, he uncovers a progressive, modern re-invigorated Judaism.
Quoting Mark Achbar, Producer of The Corporation & Manufacturing Consent, "Alan have made a courageous and honest film. He explores a topic of great relevance to people who identify with, or have chosen to not identify with, any culture or religious group".
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