When Erez Laufer accompanied his father to Mumbai to visit his childhood home, he never imagined that he would be caught up in one of the city’s most horrific terrorist accounts. Sixty years ago, his father and grandmother found refuge in India as they fled from the Nazis.
In four 30-minute episodes, we set out in the footsteps of biblical Abraham as he journeys from his birthplace in ancient Mesopotamia, through Syria, Lebanon, and Israel and eventually to his final resting place in the West Bank city of Hebron. Along this trail we meet Muslims, Christians and Jews, all united in the belief that they are descended from him
Robi Damelin, an Israeli of South African origin, lost her soldier son in the occupied territories. Robi tries to reconcile with her son’s Palestinian killer, however he refused, stating that her son was part of the occupation army. Now Robi travels to South Africa, 15 years after the end of Apartheid to seek answers from the South African model of the Truth and Reconciliation Committees
What is a true hero? What compels one to maintain their integrity and go against the grain to fight for what is just? The film is an insightful journey into understanding what makes a person choose “good” over “evil”. Against all odds, some people will always fight for what is just.