A man's personal exploration of the complex and nuanced world of Kabbalah.


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Kabbalah Me follows a personal journey into the spiritual phenomenon known as Kabbalah. Rooted in the Torah and Talmud, Kabbalah has been studied by leading Judaic scholars for many centuries, but many Jews are unaware or uninformed about Kabbalah and its significance. The film tells the story of how co-director Steven Bram, feeling a spiritual void in his life, immerses himself into the world of Kabbalah. Raised in New York as a secular Jew and without much interest in organized religion, Steven grew up to lead a conventional life - marrying a nice Jewish woman from the suburbs, fathering two beautiful daughters, living on the Upper West Side, and working at a sports and entertainment company. But after 9/11, he felt a longing for a deeper and more fulfilling spiritual life. This longing leads Steven on a five year journey that includes reconnecting with his Hasidic family members, studying with Judaic scholars, and taking a pilgrimage to Israel, where he immerses himself in the ... Written by First Run Features

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22 August 2014 (USA)  »

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$2,196 (USA) (22 August 2014)


$8,671 (USA) (5 September 2014)

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