“An irreverent hometown musical comedy” — Original-Cin
“Often hilarious... the film opens the door to celebrate the Jewish culture beyond its root of faith but still firmly rooted within the soul of its identity.” — Screenfish
A delightful musical comedy about modern Jewish life in Toronto, that feels like a cross between Shiva Baby and The Jazz Singer. Modern Jewish wit meets Hebrew Electro-Pop in this hilarious feature which won the Audience Award at the Toronto Jewish Film Festival.
At 20, Viv was a promising young singer. At 30, her failing music career forced her back into her mother's basement. A self-proclaimed “bad Jew”, Viv doesn’t attend synagogue and feels little connection to religion. When she reluctantly lands a job as a substitute Cantor at her family's synagogue, she’s thrown into a wild ride of illicit affairs, drug trips, tense family drama, self-discovery and some serious Jewish bops.