Rabbi Yosef Slomon's life has become very ordinary. His grooming rituals are indistinguishable from his prayers at the synagogue, and everyone says that he is taking his work too seriously. The once vibrant Rabbi has become ineffectual, but when a catchy, ubiquitous pop tune invades his soul, it threatens to send him scrambling either to the dance floor or back to the Torah.
Emmanuel Shirinian (b. Montreal) studied film at Concordia University. His short films include The Half Way House (1997), Walls (1997), Mohel (1998), Memory Waters (2002), and the award-winning The Last Bang (2006).