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    Faith, friendship and family – and the challenges of being different in America.

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    Directed by Joel Fendelman 2011 80 min
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    Eleven year-old Daud, the son of a religious imam in Brooklyn, is mistaken for a Jewish boy. He becomes conflicted after befriending Jewish kids his age, and the longer he plays out his double life, the more he risks driving a wedge in his family. This prize-winning film explores boundaries of faith and trust in New York’s multi-cultural backdrop.
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    Eleven year-old Daud, the son of a religious imam in Brooklyn, is mistaken for a Jewish boy. He becomes conflicted after befriending Jewish kids his age, and the longer he plays out his double life, the more he risks driving a wedge in his family. This prize-winning film explores boundaries of faith and trust in New York’s multi-cultural backdrop.

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