21 September 2013

Tashlich is an ancient Jewish practice where bread is cast in to the sea and the sins of the previous year are symbolically washed away.

The gentile protagonist in this short and beautifully shot movie, has heard of the ceremony and has decided to adapt it to try and alleviate the sense of deep remorse that he carries with him. Yet he must take Tashlich to a new limit in order to do so.

Tashlich was directed by Brendan Bellomo and photographed by cinematographer Gregory Wilson. The man is played by Davis Hall.

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