In this briskly-paced
romantic drama, college student Josh is on track for law school
and a place at his father's firm. As his Orthodox Jewish family
prepares for their traditional Passover celebrations, Josh hits
a brick wall in the form of the alluring and troubled - and not
quite Jewish - Cheryth.
heat up at the dorm and at home, Josh is suddenly questioning
his faith, his father and his future. Even worse, Josh is caught
in the middle as his father moves to cover up a scandal involving
the Jewish cemetery, forcing Josh to take a stand for what he
believes is right.
new love collide with family values and the demands of tradition
as Josh, Cheryth, and Josh's family find themselves questioning
their lives. Love and loyalty look a lot different when examined
from various positions.
relationship with Cheryth mirrors the vertigo he experiences as
his father crosses a moral line. As we unsentimentally explore
a world of faith and duty we follow Josh's life as it suddenly
fills with ecstatic highs and crushing lows. In the end, Josh
has followed a road of his own choosing and it leads to a future
of his own making.
explores stresses and conflicts that are both unique to one family
and universal to everyone who has ever had to struggle with questions