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The God of Isaac

A second-generation American Jewish journalist undertakes a quest to find answers about his heritage, his mother, and himself.

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The God of Isaac

Date: 1 Aug 2019

When Isaac Adams, a second-generation American Jewish journalist, learns of plans for a Nazi group to stage a demonstration in Skokie, Illinois, he wonders what, if anything, his involvement should be.

Determined to find the truth, Isaac goes on a quest to find answers about his heritage, his mother, and himself.

Moira Blumenthal directs the Australian premiere of American writer James Sherman’s comedy. Annie Byron and Tim McGarry feature.

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